A few celebrities like Porsha Williams just cannot catch a break from being accused of being pregnant, and it looks like some fans can go quite far in their attempts to uncover the truth.
And while some can be more private in this regard and tend to distance themselves away from these discussions, letting the rumor mill run on its own, others prefer to take matters into their own hands and address the situation before it has gone out of control.
It looks like Porsha falls into the latter category, as she has recently decided that she has had enough of people talking about her being pregnant, and she has decided to step forward and address the situation herself.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta star shared a stunning photo where she claimed that she was not pregnant, but was experiencing the effects of being five months postpartum.
This came in an official post on Dennis McKinley’s future wife own Instagram account, hopefully calming down some of her fans and putting an end to the rumors. Although that is probably wishful thinking.
Knowing some celebrity fans, her recent statements could be taken in the exact opposite way, with some people speculating that she is trying to cover up her pregnancy on purpose.
Regardless if this happens or not, hopefully, Williams will have the ability to distance herself from any additional rumors and will focus on continuing her life as usual.
The TV personality has made it clear that she knows how to set certain bounds between her private and professional life, and she will probably continue to maintain her distance from discussions like these after making her statement once.
One fan said: “Yes, honey!!!!!! I’m so sick of women asking me the same thing!!!!!”
This woman stated: “You should not have to explain, I’m 24yrs post, and your stomach is still flatter than mine. People are sick; this is extra flat stomach mess.”
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I recieve messages everyday from my beautiful female and male followers to revive my discussion topics. Thank You 💕 ______________________________ This post recieved tremendous feedback and several reposts. That it is extremely important for me to shed light on it again. Especially now as I currently face the question of when am I getting pregnant again. ________________________________ For some reason pregnancy is something that is just automatically suppose to come after marriage. No idea who created such a rule or why such a rule exists. ________________________________ I remember being newly married and the first thing people started doing instead of greeting me was look right at my belly. Then when they noticed I was not pregnant the look of confusion following "oh you're not pregnant yet" would be their conversation starter. ________________________________ I will never forget when just after 3 months of marriage church service ended and a member in the church who saw me yelled at the top of her lungs in front of everyone saying "BARBARA YOU'RE STILL NOT PREGNANT YET. WHEN WILL YOU GET PREGNANT? YOU'RE TAKING TOO LONG." ________________________________ I remember standing their speechless because I could not believe someone could ask and act in such a way. My husband however, came to my rescue & respectfully told her everyone has plans and it's God who gives children. ________________________________ What made me so sad is what if I was really trying & had no success? What if I found out I could not conceive naturally? What if I just went through an unsuccessful expensive fertility procedure? What if I just recently miscarried? Do you know how all of these accounts affect women & men who are journeying this together? ________________________________ God's time is always the best time. That was the only timeline I went with and still going with. _______________________________ Don't ever let anyone force their pregnancy timeline on you! Don't ever let anyone make you feel less of a woman or man because to them you're "taking too long." If pregnancy is something that you seek. Whatever method you go through dont be ashamed. Photography by: @mennydc5
Another social media user shared: “Or asking why you’re pregnant again…if a couple decides they want more children, it’s their business. God is the one that gives. I’ve been asked so many times why I want more children when I already have 4. That this is America and raising children is expensive, oh it is a lot of work, etc. People, especially some church folk, need to learn boundaries and when to back off. Everyone’s story is different, whether they aren’t pregnant yet or if they are pregnant again.”
Porsha likes to tell it how it is.