AceShowbiz - Eva Marcille is weighing on Porsha Williams' engagement to Simon Guobadia, the ex-husband of her former "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" co-star Falynn Guobadia. In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Eva revealed that while she didn't think that she had the rights to talk about the matter, she did admit that it was such an awful situation to be in.
"I don't like to think about it because that's not my situation, however, I love my husband and I would hate to be on either side of the situation," Marcille said to the news outlet. "To be Porsha, engaged to a man who's still married or to be married to a man that you're estranged from that's engaged to another woman."
She went on to say, "So it's all quite funky to me, but as far as the Sterlings are concerned, we keep it very nice and mellow and mild around our home and my husband is a very simple guy, so we don't worry about that."
Porsha confirmed her engagement to Simon on May 11. "Our relationship began a month ago--yes we are crazy in love. I know it's fast but we are living life each day to its fullest. I choose happiness every morning and every night," Porsha explained in an Instagram post. "Tuning out all negative energy and only focused on positive wishes. He makes me so happy and to me, that is what matters most."
"For all of you that need facts, I get the optics but Simon filed for divorce from a previous marriage in January. I had nothing to do with their divorce filing. That's between the two of them," the reality TV star added. "Falynn and I are not friends, and Simon's divorce has been settled. Our relationship is a positive, loving step forward in everybody's lives."
Falynn also denied that her split from Simon had something to do with Porsha. "No, no one has that power over my life, my husband's life and our marriage," she said in a YouTube video. "However, Simon and I were the ones who are married to one another, we're the ones who created a family together and built a life with one another. I blame the both of us. He's to blame, I am to blame and that is all."
She insisted, "Whatever came after that. I'm not saying it was right. I'm not saying it was wrong. But no. No one has that power besides Simon and I."