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Porsha Williams finally claps back after Kandi Burruss trashes her man Dennis McKinley

Ra'eesah Manack
Nov 23, 2018
03:24 A.M.
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Kandi Burruss stepped on a few toes when she spilled the tea about Porsha Williams’ fiancé an episode of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta.” Now Williams has finally hit back.

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In a recent episode, Burruss chatted to brand manager/consultant, Jami about Dennis McKinley, Williams' fiance. She uncovered that Jami's friend had dated McKinley.

Burruss then shared that she knew a couple McKinley's exes. Together Jami and Burruss discovered that McKinley had a habit of falling quickly for the women he was dating and proving his devotion to his lady by tattooing their names on his body.

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Burruss concluded that she believes, McKinley still has unresolved business with his exes. Fans are aware that the friendship between Burruss and Williams has always been strained.

After Burruss' statements, fans expected Williams to immediately hit back. However, Williams decided to respond with a subtle remark instead of a fully fledged fight.

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In an Instagram post of her and her fiance, she simply wrote, "Hating hoes ain’t HAPPY & happy hoes ain’t HATING! #FlyingAbove."  The hashtag was a subtle reference to Burress'  2009 single “Fly Above.”

Fans immediately picked up on the subtle shade Williams threw at Burruss. Many took to the comments section of her post to commend her for her attitude towards the whole situation.

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@fahntastic commented: "Wow, I caught that shade towards Kandi #Flyabove boop."

Sources had revealed that Burruss and Williams had unfollowed each other on Instagram over the summer. That means their friendship was ended months before the RHOA premiere.

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Williams and McKinley had announced their engagement at the beginning of October 2018. Williams is also expecting a baby with McKinley.

Six years ago, Williams had suffered a miscarriage. Her recent pregnancy has given her new hope and she has described the experience as “a dream come true.”

"It’s Dennis’ first child, just like me — and it’s something we’ve both always wanted … It’s like a dream come true."  ~ said Williams

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