The newest episode of the long-running Bravo series saw Williams disclose that McKinley had sex with another woman while she was pregnant with their daughter earlier this year. The bombshell led McKinley to move out of Williams’ suburban Atlanta home, and the pair have been seen on screen co-parenting as Williams tries to get back into form.
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Following the Nov. 9 episode, a since-rekindled Williams and McKinley shared family moments on social media. Williams posted a video to her Instagram page of McKinley dressing daughter Pilar Jhena’ for the day.
“Everything I’ve prayed for ! 😂My babies are so cute to watch in the morning! ❤️❤️😩 @pilarjhena & Daddy #RiseAndShine #TheMckinleys #ReadyForTheDay #DaddysGirl #Family1st,” Williams captioned her series of videos.
Meanwhile, McKinley simply uploaded a photo of PJ and Williams on his IG page.
“Family ❤️ #TheMcKinleys,” read The Original Hot Dog Factory owner’s Nov. 11 photo.
In an apparent effort to get ahead of the inevitable backlash for his infidelity that Williams’ fans had recently gotten confirmation of, McKinley swiftly turned off his Instagram comments.
However, fans simply took to his other posts to make their feelings known.
“You no good excuse for a midget you had the audacity to cheat on a queen”
“Seeing u cry last night was kinda hard 4 me sis @porsha4real”
“Are you being good to porsha?”
Fans also shared mixed feelings on Williams’ post.
“Wayment….I just watch the episode from last night and cried with u the whole time and yall are back together?! Got me all dehydrated over here for nothing 🙄🙄🙄🙄😂😂😂😂”
“Swear to God when Porsha cried over Dennis I was too ready to fight him 🤦🤦🤦🤦”
Squaring up won’t be necessary, however. Despite rumors of McKinley cheating as well as claims of drug use and bestiality creeping up this summer ahead of McKinley and Williams ending their engagement.
The couple never confirmed they had called off their nuptials, but Williams had stopped wearing her engagement ring. Speaking at the American Black Film Festival in June, Williams said she’ll always be about her family.
“What I will always do is make sure I protect family. He will always be my daughter’s father and I will absolutely love him forever,” she said at the time. “We absolutely go through our ups and downs together. And I still thank God for the blessing I claimed a year ago. … I am still thankful to God and I know he is holding both of our hands as long as we stay in prayer.”