Housewives of Atlanta Porsha Stewart's Ex-Husband Kordell Stewart Denies Being Gay While Insulting the LGBT Community
By Staff Writer | November 06, 2013 08:27 PM EST
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In an effort to deny gay allegations his ex-wife Porsha Stewart made about him during the premiere of the new season of "Housewives of Atlanta," Kordell Stewart added fuel to the flame by insulting the LGBT community.
During a radio interview yesterday, Kordell suggested that being gay means not being a real man.
“I’m not on the down low,” Kordell said. “I’m a 100 percent man. I don’t do no homophobic. I don’t do no none of that. There is nothing about no dude I see.”
After realizing what he said, Kordell added, "All due respect."
Just to give a recap, on the first show of the RHOA new season Porsha alleged that when Kordell filed for divorce in March she totally didn't see it coming.
Along with no explanation of why, Porsha also claimed she found out on Twitter.
This was followed up with Porsha pondering whether Kordell was gay.
Prior to the former NFL star's marriage to Porsha, gossip ran wild that Kordell romanced other men in secrecy. Additionally Queerty reported that he was once arrested after getting caught hooking up with a transvestite in a Pittsburgh park.
Kordell insists that he filed for divorce due to Porsha supposedly coming home at 3 and 4 o'clock in the morning.
Furthermore, he said he filed for divorce after Porsha asked him to because she couldn't afford to do so herself.
“When your wife look you in your face and tell you to file for divorce and the only reason she’s not filing is because she don’t have the money and she don’t have nothing to lose…are you kidding me?” he said.
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