Porsha Williams has spoken candidly about a shocking experience she says she had with an embattled R&B singer. The former Real Housewife of Atlanta shared excerpts from recently shared book “The Pursuit Of Porsha” with OPLE that includes shocking PE against R. Kelly who was found of racketeering and trafficking in September sex.
Inside the book, Porsha shares a story about how she met Pied Piper at the age of 25 in 2007, in hopes of working together on her music career. Things are starting to get interesting here. Because she said she expected to be taken to a recording studio when she arrived, but instead was taken to Kelly’s home, where things allegedly picked up where she left off.
In her memoirs, she says that the famous rapper told her to undress and she had to. She says she saw him twice more and cut ties after hearing allegations that he had abused a woman. Because as we remember his own experiences, we think that he has combined all the facts in his head.
As previously reported, “The Pursuit Of Porsha” focuses on the star’s true life story and features tough days and difficult and painful moments, including financial troubles and life lessons. He also details, at one point in the book, his battle with depression and suicidal thoughts.
How will Kelly act on this situation, everyone is waiting for him.
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She released her first single “Flatline” on March 17, 2014 on the iTunes Store. Later that month, while filming the sixth season of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, she caught media attention after an argument with Moore. did; After Williams called Moore “a ’90s bitch” and Moore shouted through the megaphone that Williams was a “dumb bitch”, Williams attacked Moore. Moore later threatened to quit the show if Williams stayed, saying, “We got mad at each other, threatened each other, and crossed the line. But at the end of the day, we know there’s a line. Williams was arrested for speeding with his driver’s license suspended on December 29, 2014, but that same day. released.
Since the murder of George Floyd, Williams has worked as an activist and has been described by The New York Times as “a crusader against police violence.” At the home of Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron, urging Cameron to arrest the officers involved in the shooting of Breonna Taylor. Williams and others in the group were charged with intimidating a participant in a legal process, disorderly conduct and criminal trespassing, after law enforcement warned that staying on Cameron’s property was illegal. She was released the next day, she.