Simon Guobadia Seemingly Calls Porsha Williams ‘A Pig With Lipstick’ Amid Ugly Divorce

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Simon Guobadia

The Real Housewives of Atlanta is back for Season 16 and the shade has already begun. Simon Guobadia and Porsha Williams are still showing no signs of reconciliation, amid ongoing divorce.

The former love birds have been throwing subliminal shots at each other since February when the peach holder shocked many by filing for divorce after 15 months of marriage.

The shade throwing started on May 20 when Shamea Morton, one of the newest cast members on the show, posted her brand-new Rolls Royce she received from her husband. Simon commented offering his congratulations and shade. 

“Congratulations, my good sis @shameamorton,” he wrote. “I’m so happy for you. My brother Gerald has excellent taste in fine automobile. Look forward to watching the only cast member with a [Rolls Royce on the upcoming season].

Fans may remember that Simon gifted Porsha her own Rolls Royce a few years ago. His comment has people speculating that he took it back. 

Simon’s comment prompted a response from his soon-to-be ex wife Porsha. “Simon, don’t forget [Gerald is] a debt-free husband who is a US citizen. My bestie is winning {praise hands emoji]. Welcome to RHOA Queen Mumbi.”

On May 24, Simon responded to Porsha via Instagram with an interesting post that (seemingly) called his ex a “pig with lipstick.” The black-and-white text post said “Debt” Builds Wealth… Poor Credit Destroys Wealth… Which Would You Rather Have”

The Nigerian businessman captioned the upload, “A pig with lipstick does not make one beautiful because when the lipstick fades, all you see is what it always was….a pig [pig emoji] #teachablemoments #knowledgeispower #ignoranceisnotbliss”

Speaking with Fox 5, Porsha said she’s ready to lay it all on the table this season, adding, “I am just ready to be me.”

“I’m ready to be transparent like I’ve always been. I think that’s something that has been missing…someone who can come on and be their authentic self.”