Atlanta Housewives- Porsha Stewart Actually Thought There was a Real Train in the Underground Railroad

Most people with a basic highschool education knows that the underground railroad is a euphuism and expression used to describe how Harriet Tubman helped free the slaves.  Unfortunately for Porsha Stewart she must have missed that history class. Porsha actually thought their were real trains involved.   Cordelle Stewart is probably giving her the side eye like ” I can’t believe I married that idiot”.


In a preview for Sunday’s episode, the housewives visit several historical landmarks, including one of the safe houses used by 19th-century black slaves in the United States to escape to free states.

Their tour guide explains that they still to this day don’t know how they got in or out, to which Stewart states: “Well, there has to be an opening for the railroad at some point because somebody is driving the train.”

“It wasn’t a train, baby,” Phaedra Parks explains. “That’s just a euphemism.”

Kenya Moore is disgusted by Stewart’s naivety.  “It’s almost hurtful to me to watch her be so dumb,” the former Miss USA says.


Although the housewives try to set Stewart straight, she still doesn’t understand.

Stewart said, “But I know one particular person made it,” she states.

Kandi Burruss interjects, “What do you mean made it? It wasn’t a tunnel that’s connected.”

Cynthia Bailey is flabbergasted, telling the cameras: “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.  Porsha Stewart, Please do us all a favor and enroll in a African American history class.  Not a good look!!!!!

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