Porsha Williams shared her gratitude for everyone supporting her with her book. Check out one of the messages that she shared on her social media account here.
‘Thank you to my brother/bestie @johnnied4real & my boo @kendragmedia the King and Queen of Chicago for driving an hour to come to support me at my book signing and buying all the books up lol #ThePursuitOfPorsha #NationlBookTour,’ she wrote.
Someone said: ‘I wish they could have came and picked me up I live about an hour and a half away from there,’ and a commenter posted this: ‘Keep WINNING Porsha you absolutely deserve your Blessings.’
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A fan said: ‘That’s how we should support each other. Bravo to them,’ and a commenter said: ‘Porsha that dress is giving me life!! You are dripping in moneyy!!!! I love Porsha!!!’
A follower posted this: ‘Hi porsha l am definitely getting your book l went through depression l had quit my last job where l worked there for 14 years l was definitely there in that dark place and was so scared that l would never come out of this, l had the best people in my life supporting me and this helped bring me out of that dark place.’
A fan said: ‘Purchased and downloaded on Audible books app in the playstore. Loving it. Thank you @porsha4real.’
The Shade Room notes that ‘During the Tamron Hall show, Porsha Williams got candid about why she decided to open up about her past dealings with #RKelly in her new book, ‘The Pursuit of Porsha.’ Porsha explained that although she had a platform as a former cast member on RHOA, she wasn’t ready to talk, even when other alleged victims revealed their trauma during the documentary ‘Surviving R. Kelly.”
It’s been also revealed that Porsha told Tamron the reason was due to her not being healed yet.
‘The reality star made it clear that she was grown when the encounters happened but said that she didn’t know her self-worth and didn’t value herself,’ TSR notes.
Porsha is living her best life with her family these days.