Porsha Williams showed y’all that underneath her wide variety of top-notch lace fronts the girl has length, honey!
“The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star let her natural hair flow in an Instagram video and credited her healthy head of hair to staying out of other folks’ business and focusing on herself.
“I guess minding your business does pay off lol Hair just flourishing😂🔥 Thanks to my lil secret concoction…About to get a trim,” she captioned the post, which received over 561,000 views.
Fans loved seeing how Porsha’s protective styles and hair care paid off. They also begged her to share that “secret concoction” she shouted out.
“Hang time!!! Okay Porsha ❤️❤️❤️,” complimented one fan.
“Protective hairstyles will do it,” affirmed a second. “Don’t be fooled by these lace wigs, braids, etc ♥️♥️”
“WHAT’S THE SECRET, PORSHA!???” a third demanded to know. “Sincerely, the streets”
“We need the secret sis 😭😂,” a fourth wrote.
Others were more skeptical about how quickly her hair grew out, recalling when Porsha rocked a much shorter ‘do in 2016.
“Dang your hair grew tf back quick! Didn’t you just cut it a few years ago?” questioned a follower.
“That’s weave you can’t fool us!” claimed another. “We need to see the roots comb your hair with a comb and show us it’s your natural hair.”
The 39-year-old TV personality has been opening up in more ways than one recently. Outside of letting her real hair down on the ’Gram, she’s also been actively protesting against racism and police brutality across the United States and is working on her first book, “The Pursuit of Porsha.”
“Putting yourself out there in these times can be both a blessing and curse,” Williams said of the book in a statement to People magazine. “I want to share the real me and my story here, including both my trials as well as my many blessings.”
“I am more than a soundbite or a headline or a rumor,” she continued. “I’m a strong Black woman who has triumphed over adversity and owned every single one of my mistakes. My story is a journey of passion, faith, and discovery.”