After a short split, Porsha Williams and Dennis McKinley are back together, the housewife told US Weekly.
The two split amid cheating rumors, but have found a way to rekindle their bond.
“We’re happy and we’re raising our daughter together,” Williams said. “It’s been a long road, one we’re still on. We’re going day by day rebuilding our relationship and making sure our foundation is where we want it to be to have a strong family.”
Back in June, McKinley took legal action against a Youtuber, Tasha K, who released a damning video accusing the Hot Dog Factory owner of cheating and domestic abuse.
Porsha unfollowed the father of her child after the exposé was released, while the entrepreneur condemned the claims and hired Eva Marcille’s hubby, Michael T. Sterling, to hold the woman accountable.
“These false and slanderous allegations against me are made solely to damage my reputation, jeopardize my ongoing businesses, and negatively impact my family. 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,” he said in a statement to US Weekly at the time.
But the two have since made amends and are putting on a strong united front as the next season of “RHOA” is set to premiere next week.
“Fans will see everything. I think fans like the fact that I’ve always been very honest and transparent, and I definitely had to just dig in and continue to be that way, even though I was going through a hard time,” the “Dish Nation” host explained.
“Fans will see us in counseling and will see me dealing with real life. A lot of what a lot of people deal with in relationships, they’re going to see on TV — the good and the bad and the ugly.”
Porsha blames the cameras for adding pressure to their fragile relationship.
“I think the cameras became so big,” the reality star explained.
“Having to deal with a breakup on camera, having to deal with just what we were going to do as a family, it was really difficult.”