The Real Housewives of Atlanta's Porsha Stewart who has historically not been the brightest Diva seems to continue to confirm that she may have gone to school on the short bus.
A preview for upcoming episodes shows the divas visiting several historical landmarks including one of the safe houses used by 19th-century black slaves in the United States to escape to Free states.
Now here is where I think this Diva may have been dropped on her young beauty queen head when she was little.
The tour guide is explaining that still to this day they are unsure how the slaves got in our out to which Ms. Porsha replies, “Well, there has to be an opening for the railroad at some point because somebody is driving the train.”
Clutch the pearls Ms. Thing genuinely thinks that the Underground Railroad had a real train! You know kind of like the Polar Express....LOL. I wonder if she thinks Harriet Tubman was the conductor...lol.
Where did this chick go to school because their accreditation needs to be reviewed?
How do you grow up as a black girl in Atlanta and be the granddaughter of civil rights champion Hosea Williams and not know anything about the Underground Railroad?
“It wasn’t a train, baby,” Phaedra Parks explains. “That’s just a euphemism.”
Phaedra this chick thought there was a real train do you really think she knows what a euphemism is?
Her Housewives reality mates were equally perplexed by Ms. Porsha's lack of Black History.
“It’s almost hurtful to me to watch her be so dumb,” the former Miss USA, Kenya Moore says.
But not to be undone in an effort that can only be compared to the classic scene from The Miracle Worker the Divas metaphorically pump water over the blind Porsha's hands but unlike the film there is not a breakthrough.
“But I know one particular person made it,” Porsha states.
Kandi Burgess can't take it anymore and interjects, “What do you mean made it? It wasn’t a tunnel that’s connected.”
Cynthia Bailey flabbergasted, looks into the camera: “Really?! You thought there was an actual train that took them through?”
“Her grandfather Hosea Williams just rolled over in his grave,” she adds, shaking her head in dismay.
I swear I see Porsha and all I hear is that voice over from the old United Negro College Fund ad that says "A mind is a terrible thing to waste."
You guys watch the video and weep for this poor Black History challenged child.....lol