Porsha Williams Reveals That She Has Simon Guobadia's Middle Name Tattooed On Her Neck

Porsha Williams Reveals That She Has Simon Guobadia’s Middle Name Tattooed On Her Neck

Porsha Williams is making sure everyone knows that she is definitely in love with her finacé Simon Guobadia. On a recent episode of Dish Nation, she revealed that she tattooed Simon’s middle name so he knows it real.

During the episode, Porsha and her co-hosts spoke about Jada Pinkett Smith, Willow Smith and Adrienne Banfield-Norris getting matching Flotus tattoos, and Porsha shared that she also has a tattoo and explained that she thinks it’s a great way to show that you love someone.

She said, “I got a tattoo, I think it’s a great way to show you love someone. I got my fiancé’s middle name tattooed on my neck.”

As her co-hosts expressed how shocked they were to hear Porsha’s news, she continued, “His middle name tattooed on my neck. Yeah, I think it’s a beautiful way to show you love somebody, it’s sweet.”

Porsha continued to explain that she chose her neck area because she thinks it’s cute and it doesn’t hurt.


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News of Porsha’s engagement to Simon sent through shockwaves through social media earlier this month. Many fans were introduced to Simon on “Real Housewives of Atlanta,” with his estranged wife Falynn Guobadia. She was introduced to the show’s viewers as a friend of Porsha.

Nonetheless, when Porsha announced that she is in a relationship, she said that she does not have a friendship with Falynn and vowed that she and Simon did not get together until he was no longer in a relationship.

Back in April, Falynn announced that she and Simon were divorcing after two years of marriage.



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