Porsha Williams Responds When Someone Says Her Career is Over Amid Spinoff Backlash

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It’s been a lot of drama surrounding Porsha Williams’ latest spinoff.

Porsha Williams remains a hot topic on social media thanks to “Porsha’s Family Matters.” On the show, she clashed a lot with Dennis McKinley. Before the season premiere, she said that her engagement caused issues in their co-parenting relationship. In her opinion, things just went left when she got with Simon Guobadia. So she planned to fix it. In her mind, the best path to do so was a family retreat. She invited Dennis and Mama Gina. But ahead of the trip, she had a messy conversation with Gina. Porsha brought up the fact that Dennis cheated while she was pregnant. And Gina responded by accusing Porsha of cheating on Dennis. She also said that it was Mama Diane who told her this. Regardless, Porsha extended the invite to Gina anyway.

It didn’t take long for things to get worse at the retreat in Mexico. As the family took part in spiritual activities, Dennis wasn’t happy about being told not to bring a woman to Mexico. So he did just that. When Porsha found out, she was upset. She said that Dennis flying a woman there meant he wasn’t taking the retreat seriously. Dennis didn’t see it that way. He questioned why he isn’t allowed to bring women to Porsha’s events if Porsha has moved on with Simon.

Things would eventually escalate into a physical altercation in which Porsha swung on Dennis and threw things in his direction as security tried to restrain her with Simon’s help.

Overall, Porsha has been receiving a lot of backlash from viewers because they think that Porsha’s actions proved that she hasn’t really grown since her past mishaps on “Real Housewives of Atlanta.”

Interestingly enough, Porsha responded when someone said that her career is now dead.

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