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Cynthia Bailey’s Post About Wanting to ‘Be Happy’ Results In Hilarious Response from Porsha Williams

The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Cynthia Bailey’s hopes in life aren’t based in riches, but happiness. So her co-star Porsha Williams made an offer that has fans rolling with laughter.

“I want to live my life without stress and worries, I don’t need to be rich or famous, I just want to be happy,” the meme Bailey posted on her Instagram page Tuesday, Aug. 28 read.

Bailey felt the message was right on target and co-signed it by posting a 🎯 emoji.

Porsha Williams


Fans soaked up the message

“100 percent legit talk.”

“Right ❤️💯.”

“Preach sis preach.”

“Amen, sista!”

And soon, Williams offered to hold some cash from Bailey while she explores her happiness.

“I just DM’d you my cash app!! I’ll hold it for you so you can go and be happy lol.”

“@porsha4real Ummmm I didn’t say I didn’t need any damn money Porsha😂” Bailey replied.

Porsha Williams

Bailey’s followers found the moment hysterical.

“@cynthiabailey10 oh because I was like I’m with @porsha4real 😂😂😂👊.”

“Lmbo! It’s OK Cynthia, remember the ‘Underground Railroad,’ give her a minute 🙄.”

“@porsha4real I know that’s right 😂😂😂😂.”

“Here’s my cash app I’ll take some money to gain my happiness … student debt is no joke @porsha4real I’m with you, a smile will soon come @cynthiabailey10.”

“@porsha4real I need both of y’all cash app 😂”

Amid chatter over the status of the ‘wives like Kenya Moore during RHOA’s eleventh season, it seems things have remained playful and upbeat between Wiliams and Bailey.

Just weeks ago, Williams posted a photo of herself, Bailey and co-stars NeNe Leakes, and Shamea Morton smiling and on a sofa together.

“Cocktails & giggles @cynthiabailey10 @neneleakes @shameamorton,” Williams captioned the photo of the four women.

The image signified that despite chatter of drama between the cast — like Williams unfollowing fellow RHOA star Kandi Burruss on Instagram — at least a few of the ladies can still manage to stay on good terms.

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