Producer Says Porsha Williams Song “Perfectly Worthless” Was Sold To Syleena Johnson

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So clearly someone is in their feelings and is feeling some kind of way. I was minding my business (as I always do), when I received an email from some not so happy people. In the email, the writer points out that they are feeling some kind of way about such heavy emphasis being placed on Porsha singing the song “Perfectly Worthless” on RHOA last week. They even go further to mention that the song isn’t Porsha’s, and has since been sold to and recorded by Syleena Johnson. They event went as far as to send me Syleena’s version of the song. Quiet as its kept, the song was a much better fit for Syleena’s voice.

All jokes aside, I really don’t understand what has the producer and his camp in a tizzy. It’s not like Porsha is out here in the streets making money off of the song. Additionally, all parties were sitting in the studio as the footage was being recorded. What the hell did they think was going to happen with the footage.

Anyway, get into this email and Miss Syleena Johnson singing perfectly worthless…

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The email reads:

The recent airing of Perfectly Worthless by RHOA has come as a complete surprise to us.  In the business more than one artist will record the same song hoping for the right outcome, as was the case with Perfectly Worthless.  Porsha Stewart wanted a song, Pierre Medor wrote and produced this song in its entirety. Not having any previous point of reference for Porsha, we initially recorded the song for the purpose of determining her vocal abilities and how they would fit with this particular song; it was quickly determined that this song wasn’t the best match for her, so we chose not to sell her the song and notified her management of our decision. Perfectly Worthless is a great song and she loves it…we get that. But just like every body doesn’t look good in spandex, every voice doesn’t fit every song. It’s just unfortunate that Porsha has chosen to create another delusional marriage with this song by airing it and claiming to have taken part in its creation.

We have since sold the song to Syleena Johnson of R&B Divas ATL.  Syleena, who has a phenomenal voice, did an amazing job recording the song and plans to include Perfectly Worthless on her forthcoming album as well as the up coming season of R&B Divas.  And…. to clear up any confusion this is what the song Perfectly Worthless should sound like!

At the end of the day, this is really feeling like a PR stunt that benefits Syleena Johnson. No tea no shade…

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48 thoughts on “Producer Says Porsha Williams Song “Perfectly Worthless” Was Sold To Syleena Johnson

  1. Doesn´t matter who sounded better on the song the fact is that is was given to porsha 1st to then be turned around and sold to some1 else..if your a person that loves music and singing and was giving a song and chance and you made it your own……..that song becomes your baby but to have some1 sell it to somebody else after all that is devastating and hurtful….they ain´t right

  2. I feel bad for Porsha. She is so dumb that she is bound to walk in to traps and make mistakes all over the place. Besides cos people know she is dumb it looks like they are trying to take advantage of that and take her for a ride. Porsha Stewart or Willims please do yourself a favor, enroll in College, also take classes outside college, and do brain training games and stuff. Read books and exercise your brain and mind more. I feel bad for you

    • Do you think that all of these celebs who are successful went to school? What Porsha needs is a team. She needs to be taught how to speak, when, and what to speak on. Look at Beyonce, she had this coach that groomed her in such a way, because although she possessed the talent, she was lacking in other areas. I’m not knocking Porsha being educated, but she is going to need much more than book sense to make it in life, and especially, the entertainment industry. I get the feeling that Porsha’s mom either did her best, or put her priorities in other areas of Porsha’s life. Cute can’t pay the bills alone; you need sense enough to manage the money that cuteness brought in.

  3. Publicity stunt… I´m pretty sure they filmed Porsha singing the song before they sold it to Selena Johnson… And like someone else said they allowed Bravo´s cameras in there… So they knew there was a chance it was going to get aired… They need to get over it… The song isn´t that damn memorable no matter how good Selena sounds…

  4. Im not predjudice, but they said that the guy to the left is Latrice Royale´s lover. Is she his Lover or his Help? Do he have her outside or inside? do he wine and dine her?

    I Mercedes Starr wonna know

  5. Publicity stunt. They let Porsha sing the song so they could holler wolf and get some notification. Porsha being Porsha (blonde without the hair color) took the bait without thinking and boom, a senseless story no one will remember by tomorrow. Who is Syleena anyhow? Never heard of her or Peter or Perrie. Smdh

  6. I see Miss Andy Cohen and Let Me Exploit You Mona Scott-Young are running out of storyline ideas. So, now they are sharing. This is no surprise because everybody knows, all Andriana’s franchises use the same template when filming. Shop, argue, drink, argue, party, argue, take a group trip, argue, wed, argue, record a song, argue, discuss fertility issues, argue, cheat, argue then fight. I’m no longer watching the RH franchises nor the LHH shows but, I do enjoy reading the blogs. Hypocrite? LOL

  7. WELL ITS NOT GONNA BE ON THE RADIO ANYWAY TO DAMN SLOW, HELL DID THE PRODUCER NOT SEE BRAVO CAMERA MAN THERE TAPING! really u all sign a freakin release statement .NO RUNNING TO PURCHASE THAT SONG NO WAY.PROBABLY BETTER OFF WITJ PORSHA EVERYONE TALKING BOUT HER NOW. NO SHADE TO SYLEENA I THOUGHT THAT WAS THE LIGHT SKIN LADY, J/S WHO CARES ABOUT THAT SONG ANYWAY.

  8. that´s a slap in the face you give the woman the song and then snatch it back and sell it to someone else. why didn´t they try and syleena in the first place. This woman did a video and gave it a lil promotion. but dam it was a jacked up move..

  9. I dont get what the big deal was. So what even if Porsha previously ‘recorded’ the song. The fact is the song now belongs to Syleena. Lets move along. This really does sound like a PR stunt. Its pretty obvious which one of the two shows enjoys the MUCH higher ratings. Tryna use that as a storyline boo? Have a seat. I agree with J….overly messy for no reason.

    • YEAH IT SEEMS THE SONG’S PRODUCER/WRITER IS TRYING TO SAVE FACE WITH SYLEENA AND HER CAMP. HE MUST HAVE SAID HE NEVER PRESENTED THE SONG TO NO ONE ELSE AND WROTE IT FOR HER THEN GOT STRAIGHT CAUGHT IN A LIE. TOTAL B*TCH MOVE. AND IT SEEMS THEY MADE SYLEENA HOLD BACK ON THIS SONG B/C SHE CAN BLOW MUCH BETTER THAN THIS SONG………..JENNY JONES!!!

  10. They probably think the integrity of the song has been compromised since people was going in on porscha´s singing ability. As a result it may negatively effect the popularity of syleena´s version. I guess almost like leaking a bad studio recording of a song. People will have already formulated their opinion based on what they heard first. The business and listeners are fickle like that. IDK

  11. The producer should never have the song to Porsha in the first place then turn around and sold it. Did he not know her singing capabilities. Syleena can sing but no one busting her doors buying her CDs when last time she had a hit.

  12. Real shade here is Porsha looks like Trinity K Bonet in this picture, and a bad picture of Trinity K Bonet at that. Maybe Kordell really was attracted to Porsha´s features…

    • I totally agree with you about “Jazmine Sullivan” Chafon Yvette Walker! Jazmine would have given Syleena some real competition. Syleena’s version trumps Porsha’s rendition. However, you have to agree that Porsha did sound okay…

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