Porsha Williams Shows off Post-Pregnancy Body & Slams 'Snapback Culture' in New Post
Porsha Williams proudly shares her post-pregnancy body and slams "snapback culture" in a new post, embracing the natural process of losing or gaining weight after pregnancy.
Porsha Williams wants new moms to enjoy motherhood instead of worrying about their weight because of this new "snapback culture" craze.
Slamming Snapback Culture
New moms often show off their post-pregnancy body on social media, with a lot of them getting back in fit shape after just a couple of months. However, Williams shares that it doesn't always have to be this way, as it is normal to gain weight during and after pregnancy.
On Instagram, she shared a post that came with a caption that said:
"Moms are [expletive] don't let anyone tell you different. Ps: It's just weird I actually get this a lot, I think social media has altered people's perception of what moms look like."
Embracing her figure as it is, Porsha encourages moms to do the same.
On Her Split from Dennis McKinley
Her inspiring post comes months after she was rumored to have split from her fiance, Dennis McKinley. While she and Dennis have been quite silent about it, Williams made one thing clear: whatever it is she's doing, her priority is for her daughter to live in a stable environment.
After giving birth to her daughter Pilar Jhena, Porsha's love life has been the topic of many articles after it was reported that her fiance cheated on her.
Prioritizing her Daughter
The "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star has been facing a lot of pressure trying to juggle being a mother to baby PJ and trying to manage all the rumors of McKinley having an affair and their apparent split.
However, she made it clear through Instagram that regardless of what happens, all that matters to her is that her daughter grows up in a healthy environment.
“I’m pretty much doing everything in my own time. Not that there’s anything I’m trying to hide or run away from, but if you love someone and you make a mistake or he makes a mistake or whatever’s going on, you gotta make sure that y’all are good at the end of the day,” she shared.
Clearly, motherhood looks good on Porsha, and she's determined to be her best self for her daughter.
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