Real Housewives of Atlanta’s Porsha Williams’ Fiance Dennis McKinley Donating Bail Money To Protestors 

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Real Housewives of Atlanta’s Porsha Williams’ Fiance Dennis McKinley Donating Bail Money To Protestors

Reality star Porsha Williams and fiancé Dennis McKinley have both taken action in light of the nationwide protests of police brutality amidst the killing of unarmed victim, George Floyd in Minnesota by local police. Over the weekend (May 31st), Williams, 38, shared that she and McKinley are stepping up to help those who have been bravely hitting the pavement and risking their freedom for justice.

The Real Housewives of Atlanta, star shared via Instagram that her fiance will donate bail money and representation for anyone in Atlanta in need of assistance after being arrested.

The pair shared images of them peacefully protest over the weekend. In one photo, Williams and McKinley were both seen amid a large crowd of Atlanta protesters armed with face mask and a sign worded:

“Stop Killing Us!!!”

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Many ppl were freed today! Thank you to the 100’s of ppl who shared today’s mission via your personal networks, Thank you to the 100’s of you who wanted to donate to help bailout protestors! Thank you to lawyers [email protected] @_kingcole_ @tinagillesq & others who remain anonymous that are dedicated to justice & have committed to work pro bono to continue to reunite protestors to their families! Thank you to the many public & private organizations + friends of myself & @porsha4real @lodwill who also reached out to offer financial assistance & other resources like @kandi @itstanyatime @thejessiewoo & many many many more from NY to California! Thank you @parkcannon58 @attorneygriggs @itsericathomas @senatornikema @antonioismuted putting legislation together today to make change happen! More work to do ??

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Porsha Williams, who is the granddaughter of civil rights leader, Hosea Williams, shared why she was participating in the peaceful protest over the weekend. She states:

I’m just like anybody else. I may be young but I am here to be a voice for the voiceless. What is going on in black America is not okay. We are not okay. We just wanna live and I am out here today to make sure that everybody understands that black lives matter. We want justice for George Floyd’s family.”

She added,

“I know one cop has been arrested. We would like the other cops to be arrested and charged with murder and we are gonna protest until it is done. We’re sitting out here for anybody, any family who has suffered from police brutality. We are done. We’re tired and we are not gonna take it anymore. We’re not gonna sit at home. We’re going to march. We’re gonna lift our voice and we are gonna be heard.”

Williams also went live on Instagram to talk about how watching the video of George Floyd’s detainment and death made her feel “traumatized.”

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Authored by: Gregory Molette