๐Ÿ˜ฉ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿพ #Hollywood Divas #RHOA #lisawu #keishaknightpulliam #edhartwell #divorce A post shared by The Real Housewives of Atlanta (@realhousewivesofatlanta) on โ€œLisa Wu and I have never, will never, be friends,โ€ the actress clarified.โ€œI have no ill will for her, I donโ€™t know her like that it was never a situation of stealing anyoneโ€™s husband. Absolutely, but I take pictures with people every day.However, Williams feels that if they were really friends that Ed Hartwell and Keshia Knight Pulliam should move out of Atlanta immediately.

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Ed Hartwell, who recently made the news with his unexpected decision to file for divorce from Keshia Knight Pulliam after they had been married for only a year, is here to tell his side of the story.

Williams thinks maybe the picture could have been a little more staged like they could have at least posed like they like each other and the picture denotes they are just friends.

You know Williams is the expert on body language in photos.

Hartwell was drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in the fourth round of the 2001 NFL Draft. He never missed a game, though he was limited to special teams in 2001.

He finished his career with the Ravens with 337 tackles, six sacks and one interception.They were divorced many years before we even started dating and yes we live in Atlanta, itโ€™s a small town. And if you were categorized as friends with everyone you took a picture with, would that be accurate?โ€ โ€œI just want to say that I have no desire to continue to be a part of that lie and to continue to be part of a false made up story line that puts me in a defamatory, derogatory light and I donโ€™t have anything more to say about that.โ€ โ€œBut my attorney will be dealing with that from a legal standpoint with TV one and that whole situation, Lisa Wu, so forth and so on.It's meant the world to me.""Lisa Wu and I have never, will never, be friends.I have no ill will for her, I don't know her like that it was never a situation of stealing anyone's husband. Absolutely, but I take pictures with people every day.Court records show that Lisa Wu-Hartwell and Ed Hartwell borrowed .9 million to buy their suburban mansion in June 2007.