Porsha Williams Hates The Saying 'Fake It 'Til You Make It' - Check Out Her Advice
Porsha Williams tells her fans she cannot stand that saying 'fake it 'til you make it.' She's replacing it with something else, and you can see her message that she shared on her social media account below.
Her sister, Lauren Williams and her friend Marlo Hampton are here for it, and they agree with what Porsha posted.
Someone posted: 'Yeeessss!! Only the strong survive 💪🏾.'
Another fan said: '🙌🏾 Yes! 💯I needed this. I have now been placed in a position where I must face my current situation, and trust God will see me through my process!'
One commenter wrote: 'That's how it is sometimes. NEVER GIVE UP TO FAILURE. NEVER❤'
Someone else posted: 'And just like that...God has built your strength while you were weak! Ain’t God Grand😍🙏🏽'
A follower said, 'Look at God praise him like you love him don't know you personally just watch you grow through reality TV you come a long way baby and God is not finished with you yet he can do anything but fail kiss that little old baby looking like her daddy stay true to God and this too will pass.'
One fan posted this: 'No! Get up and change something or you will surely REPEAT! IF YOU WANT DIFFERENT, DO DIFFERENT... When you were in school and didn't past that test... You had to repeat it until you got it right... All I am saying is if you want different results you have GOT TO STOP REPEATING THE SAME THINGS...You ARE SMART, BEAUTIFUL, GIFTED, A MOTHER OF A GORGEOUS BABY, AND YOU HAVE A GOOOOOD JOB, YOU SUPPORT YOURSELF WELL and don't need Dennis, however, STOP HAMMER TIME...'
The same fan from above continued and said: 'CHILD SUPPORT, CHILD SUPPORT, CHILD SUPPORT...Your daughter has a high class of living and hotdog king need to pay TOO. NOW back to you You are successful, yes we all have WANTED the fairy tale ending... But baby this is what we call LIFE... You continue to live your life to the fullest...And who is your Grandfather...OK need I say more... BLESSINGS to you and Baby Girl...☺️❤️'
Speaking of Dennis McKinley, it's still not clear what terms PJ's parents are on these days.