Burruss caught up with brand manager/consultant Jami who disclosed that Dennis McKinley, who was Williams’ boyfriend at the time, had dated a friend of hers. Burruss also shared that she knew a couple of people whom McKinley dated and the pair discovered The Original Hot Dog Factory owner has a propensity to wine and dine his women and show his devotion by tattooing their names — and then some — on his body
“He falls pretty quickly and he tattoos people’s names on him,” Burruss said during the session. “I know somebody he got his tattoo of. I think he got her face and her name.”
As the scene rolled, Williams gushed to her mom about how McKinley was wining and dining her. She also stunned Diane when she showed her a photo of her man’s leg, which had her name inked on it.
“Oh, and I didn’t tell you the other part,” Williams added. “He gon’ put my face on his back. This is for real, like, he ain’t going nowhere.”
When Burruss’ friend Carmen mused about McKinley pulling the tattoo stunt with Williams the singer exclaimed, “At that point, I’ll be like, ‘Does he do this to everybody?'”
Williams watched the show along with everyone else and chimed in on Burruss’ tea pouring by taking the high road.
“Hating hoes ain’t HAPPY & happy hoes ain’t HATING! #FlyingAbove 🔥,” she captioned a Nov. 18 Instagram photo of her and McKinley grinning widely. The hashtag even references Burruss’ 2009 single “Fly Above.”
Fans ate up the star’s attitude about it.
“That caption hunnie.”
“Flying above lmao no pun intended!!!”
“Periodttttt Kandi is acc a hater and all her employees are the same. 😭”
“Facts! Enjoy your time.”
“That’s a nice shade tree you planted Porsha 😎🌴🤣🤣🤣🤣”