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Porsha's Fiancé Dennis McKinley Is Helping Protesters with Bail, Legal Aid

The RHOA couple has also been protesting in Atlanta to support Black Lives Matter following the death of George Floyd.

By Jocelyn Vena
Porsha Williams Dennis Mckinley Protesters

Porsha Williams and fiancé Dennis McKinley have not only participated in peaceful protests in Atlanta, but Porsha's fiancé is also getting involved in other ways to support the Black Lives Matter movement and the demonstrations following George Floyd's death.

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The Real Housewives of Atlanta cast member has taken to Instagram to share that Dennis is assisting those who have been arrested while peacefully protesting.

"If you or a loved one detained for peacefully protesting call or email. We have Bail [and] Legal on standby!" Porsha confirmed on Instagram.

Dennis added on Instagram: "Atlanta it’s still tense out! Thank you to lawyers who are joining us to help with pro bono services for protesters who have been jailed! .....many of you across the country have asked how to help. We will be setting up a link to donate soon! For now we are using our own resources so prayers work in lieu of cash!"

Porsha has been one of the many citizens and activists who have stepped up at protests, rallies, and vigils to support the Black Lives Matter movement in the wake of George Floyd's alleged murder at the hands of a police officer after he was arrested on May 25 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

The RHOA cast member first confirmed their commitment to helping protesters with legal and bail aid over the weekend: "We love you , we hear you and we stand with you!" Porsha, whose grandfather was civil rights activist Hosea Williams, said while also opening up about how important protesting is.

"We have the right to freedom of assembly, the right to freedom of association, and the right to freedom of speech. Although today here in Atlanta that was taken away from us. A very peaceful group of us protesters had pepper spray bombs thrown at us! In the post right before this one you can hear the music & peaceful chanting right before we were had bombed! SMH -What a shame to try to silence the people once again. #Bloodline 'Enough is enough'! #Frontlines #Legacy #BlackLivesMatter #VoteVoteVote #Fight4ABetterFuture."

For the latest reporting on the George Floyd protests from NBC News and MSNBC’s worldwide team of correspondents, including a live blog with minute-to-minute updates, visit and NBCBLK.

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