Porsha Williams’ Fiancé Dennis McKinley Proudly Blocks Instagram Trolls Criticizing His Infidelity: Mind Ya Business!

Porsha Williams, Dennis McKinley

Porsha Williams’ Fiancé Dennis McKinley Proudly Blocks Instagram Trolls Criticizing His Infidelity: Mind Ya Business!

Porsha Williams’ fiancé Dennis McKinley’s block game is strong!

He proudly blocked a handful of critics who had plenty to say about his relationship with “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star.

In the beginning of the Bravo show’s 12th season, it was revealed that Dennis McKinley cheated on Porsha Williams while she was pregnant with their daughter, Pilar, who will be one this March. The ups and downs of their relationship were shown on the series.

But they bounced back as Dennis McKinley proposed again to Porsha Williams on a recent episode.

Still, infidelity rumors swirled again when Dennis McKinley was mysteriously seen with a handful of women at 4 a.m. in an Atlanta restaurant. He seemed to subliminally respond to the reports on Instagram.

But now it looks like he’s had enough of the criticism.

He shared a photo of Porsha Williams and their daughter on Instagram Monda (Jan. 20), and many fans responded with bringing up his infidelity.

And he reacted by blocking them with no hesitation.

He first responded to one fan who went off on him about cheating, before he blocked another.

He also blocked another fan who told him to stop “embarrassing” Williams.

He seemed to have a sarcastic remark for one Instagram user who told him he needs to get help.

According to BOSSIP, he allegedly told one IG user in a comment that appears to have since been deleted:

“You are one of they! She on TV so we let you in on stuff. Truth is I own 3 clubs, 4 restaurants I’m out until 4 3 days a week. Mind ya business.”

As for Williams, she spoke out about McKinley’s alleged second cheating incident during an appearance on Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live” Sunday (Jan. 19).

What do you think about Dennis McKinley’s responses? Tell us in the comments.

Authored by: Char Patterson