Amid reports from YouTube vlogger Tasha K. that he allegedly had an affair with “WAGS Atlanta” star Sincerely Ward,along with other allegations that he is a compulsive liar, abuser, drug addict, scam artist and abuser, The Original Hot Dog Factory owner has decided to sue.
“These false and slanderous allegations against me are made solely to damage my reputation, jeopardize my ongoing businesses, and negatively impact my family,” McKinley said to E! News. “My attempts to ignore this slander have only empowered Latasha Kebe (aka Tasha K.) to create more false accusations. I am currently taking legal action — and am currently being represented by Michael T. Sterling of Dreyer Sterling, LLC.”
“I handle legal matters in the court of law, not the court of public opinion and I will take whatever appropriate measures I can to defend Dennis’ good name,” Sterling said in a separate statement to E!
For Ward’s part, she denies cheating with McKinley.
“I really have no clue where this came from,” Ward said. “It’s bizarre. I’ve never met Dennis.”
Kebe’s allegations, which she claims to have gotten from a third-party source, came before Williams made headlines by unfollowing McKinley last weekend. By the next week, Williams resumed following her fiancé but her mother and sister have yet to follow suit.
However, when fans noticed Williams was no longer following the father of her daughter Pilar Jhena’, they publicly wondered if there was trouble in paradise. Also adding fuel to the flames was a photo of Williams holding Pilar where her massive engagement ring was noticeably absent.
By the end of last month, Williams cleared up any concerns that she and McKinley were heading for splitsville. She posted a video on her Instagram Story of Pilar wriggling in a onesie that read “Mom’s Taken But my Aunt is Cute and Single.”
Meanwhile, McKinley has made it clear just how fed up with the rumors he’s felt. He posted on Instagram last week just what he thought of the allegations that he and Williams are over.
Using a photo of Toronto Raptors aficionado Drake moving out of the way of a Golden State Warriors player falling into the crowd, McKinley tagged himself as Drake and the Warriors player as “the bulls—t,” indicating he’s keeping a firm distance from the negativity.