With Thanksgiving right around the corner, Porsha Williams decided to amuse her Instagram followers with a little holiday spirit.
The “Real Housewives of Atlanta” actress, who’s known for her bodacious backside, shared a throwback video of herself twerking and cooking a turkey. Listening to Drake’s “Tuesday” song, Williams joined her cousin “Storm” and the two began dancing and gyrating.
“To cook or not to cook 🤷🏾♀️ This dang foot is making me reconsider 😩,” Williams wrote of her current casted foot. “#ThrowBack2014 good times cooking with cuz 😂 #cookingwithporsha.”
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Fans immediately flooded her posts with comments of laughter.
“Ain’t nothing like a Thanksgiving twerk session 🤣🤣 Porsha is a mf mood always”
“Turkeeyyyyyy twerkkk!!! 😂 now that’s how you cook sis! You guys look like you all was having fun.”
“Get it Porsha 😂👏 cooking with Porsha sounds like something coming soon. Go girl get that $$$$ Bwahaha!! 😛”
“It is almost T’WERKEY time! 😂 how black women cook lmaoo when they song is on lmao yess bih yessss 🔥”
On Nov. 9, the new mother explained to fans that she underwent surgery on her foot but never specified why.
“Thank you sissy @lodwill for putting my chair together 🙌🏾❤️,” she wrote via Instagram. “I had extensive foot surgery and I’m still in the non weightbearing stage and will be for awhile. Thank you for the well wishes.”
Williams’ throwback “turkey twerk” video comes days after fans speculated she was pregnant for a second time in a recent picture. The “RHOA” star quickly shutdown the baby speculation, by editing her caption and writing, ” NO NOT PREGNANT, dang who y’all know with a 7month old baby & abs 😂dis my regular body get into it 🔥👸🏾.”
Williams and her fiancé Dennis McKinley, welcomed now 8-month-old PJ, their first child together, in March. The pregnancy was announced last September and came after the pair’s whirlwind romance last summer.
“When I found out I was pregnant, I was excited [but] I had mixed feelings. The other feeling that I had beside excitement was fear,” she told People magazine at the time. “I’ve had a miscarriage before in my past, which I’ve also been open about because I suffer with fibroids and had to have a myomectomy. So just the fear of, ‘Is the baby going to be OK? Will I make it full term?’ All those questions that you ask if you’ve had a miscarriage before.”