Porsha Williams 100% knows how to caption a photo, especially when it’s a dangerously-unzipped jumpsuit and the Bravo face offering sass while standing in a street at night. Porsha, 39, and recently making The New York Times’ headlines for a giant protest feature, updated her Instagram on Sunday night with a little luxe and a lot of personality.
If you aren’t up-to-date on the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star, she’s been dedicating her life to Black Lives Matter this summer. It’s also COVID season, but make it fashion, right?
Scroll for the photo clocking Porsha over 144,000 likes overnight. The mom to Pilar Jhena had picked a look from Louis Vuitton’s menswear head Virgil Abloh’s Off-White brand. The label adored by the likes of Travis Scott, Rihanna, and Playboi Carti comes pricey, but Porsha isn’t living on the breadline these days, boasting a reported $5 million net worth.
The snap showed Porsha posing on a sidewalk in the dark and lighting the street up in a skintight Off-White jumpsuit in black with a yellow logo belt.
Porsha, who welcomed her first child with fiancé Dennis McKinley in 2019, had her snap-back body on show, also flaunting some serious cleavage via the jumpsuit’s unzipped finish. The Pampered By Porsha founder wore Christian Louboutin heels, also holding a black-and-white handbag and tagging her insanely popular Go Naked hair brand.
A caption got witty as Porsha wrote: “Proceed with caution ⚠️ Hair: @bkluvsme Mua: @lahluvie ? ?.”
Porsha, whose Instagram photos this year have sparked race storms, found herself complemented up the wazoo – big surprise, because she looked red hot.
Porsha’s followers, quick to respond, also got witty as they’d spotted the Off-White label – “Porshaaaaaaaaa you went off with your off white honey!!! ???,” one fan wrote.
Headlines have been anything but easy-going for the star who was recently arrested at a Breonna Taylor protest attended by 87, with the star charged with criminal trespassing, disorderly conduct, and intimidating a participant in a legal process – the latter charge was dropped. That said, Williams has bounced back. Landing that New York Times feature was a giant deal. Check out what Porsha had to say.
Speaking to the newspaper, Porsha recalled her youth amid racism, having already made headlines for saying the KKK threw rocks at her as a child.
“As I got older, of course — and I’m not talking, like, a teenager, I mean, like, 10, 11,” her parents told her, “‘People are going to mistreat you because of the color of your skin.’ But then they also told me what the color of my skin meant: I am a queen, my brothers are kings,”