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‘Bullsh-t’: Porsha Williams’ Fiancé Speaks Out Amid Nasty Break-Up Rumors

Porsha Williams‘ fiancé, Dennis McKinley, is setting the record straight amid swirling rumors that things have gotten a bit rocky between he and his wife-to-be.

McKinley, owner of the Original Hot Dog Factory in Atlanta, Ga., seemingly addressed the drama in a cryptic post shared on Instagram this week. The snapshot shows singer and Toronto Raptors super fan Drake sliding out the way as a Golden State Warriors basketball player barrels into a row of court-side spectators.

McKinley tagged himself as Drake and the out-of-control GSW player as “the bullshit.”

“P & PJ ❤️💪🏽 the rest is 💩,” he captioned the post. He also claimed that “@mikesterling  is my lawyer,” but later deleted it.

Fans peeped the shade and wasted no time sending theirs well-wishes to McKinley, Porsha and their daughter Pilar, who’s affectionately known as “PJ.”

“I’m praying and rooting for you and your family,” one fan wrote.

“The enemy will lose here, Dennis, Porsha and PJ for life. God wins,” another chimed in.

“Nothing worth having comes EASY…rooting for you and @porsha4real all the way from South Africa,” wrote another.

One fan said they felt “sorry [for] all the miserable people that took joy in thinking their family was broken apart.”

Suspicions that there might be trouble in paradise came earlier this week when Williams suddenly unfollowed her fiancé on Instagram. The “Real Housewives Atlanta” star wasn’t the only one, however.

Williams’ mother, Ms. Diane, and sister Lauren Williams hit the unfollow button on Mckinley as well, fueling rumors that the the recently engaged couple had called it quits. Speculation also stemmed from shocking claims made popular YouTube vlogger Tasha K.

In a May 16 video, Tasha painted McKinley as a scam artist, drug addict, compulsive liar and abuser. The vlogger also claimed the serial entrepreneur was “into animal porn.”

The bombshell allegations drew mixed reactions from fans.

“These were some very sad and vicious lies,” wrote one fan. “It’s obvious they’re created and passed by some broken people filled with jealously, anger and desperations. People who hate he’s happy and hope to benefit from lies and his pain. Some people are just f*ed ip and foul like that!”

“God will have the last laugh,” another wrote in response to Mckinley’s post. Pay no attention to the negativity bro. Stay blessed 💯”

Still, one fan said she believes “there are some truth those rumors… but minus the animal porn [because] black people don’t do shit like that🤷🏽‍♀️”

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P & PJ ❤️💪🏽 the rest is 💩

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