Porsha Williams’ Brother Outs Kim Fields’ Husband Chris Morgan’s Gay Affair With Houston Hair Stylist!
If you thought there was any chance in reality hell that there would be peace on The Real Housewives of Atlanta, you might want to let someone else hold your wallet when you go out – and stay away from the man with $20 Rolex watches. Peace might as well be a four letter word for this group.
Porsha Williams and Phaedra Parks were quick to let castmate, Kenya Moore, bear the full fallout from the discussion of rumors of Christopher Morgan’s sexuality. Porsha and Phaedra were reluctant to admit that they, too, were shading
Chrissy Chris, before the discussion began. They used coded language that seemed to indicate that they were questioning his sexuality long before Moore made her claims.
It appears that from Morgan’s perspective, neither Parks nor Williams left any doubt that they have been giving him the side-eye as they used even more coded language to question his identity on the season 8 finale of The Real Housewives of Atlanta. You can read about Porsha’s comments, and Morgan’s response in an Instagram post below.
Adding gasoline to the fire, Porsha’s brother sashayed into the drama to defend his sister! Johnnied4real, on Instagram states he’s Porsha Williams‘ brother but All About the Tea discovered Johnnie D is really Porsha‘s close friend and assistant.
Johnnie D went for Kim Field‘s husband’s jugular! Boldly outing the married man for allegedly engaging in a gay affair with a Houston hair stylist. Yikes! Johnnie D has since made his Instagram account private but not before All About the Tea grabbed a screenshot of the tirade he unleashed on Chris Morgan.
Does Andy Cohen play a role in stopping his divas from getting involved in trying to “out” someone, or from commenting on the perceived sexuality of others? Tell us what you think.
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