“The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Porsha Williams has been the centre of a lot of drama as of late, and now her fiancé, Simon Guobadia, has hit back at his estranged wife Falynn Guobadia, after she teased her first interview following their highly-publicized split. According to People, Guobadia took to Instagram on Thursday, June 3, and claimed that Falynn had cheated on him and is now pregnant with another man’s baby.
“The Face of Cheating Wife,” Simon wrote, revealing that Falynn is currently living in his home while pregnant. “Let’s start with why I filed for divorce. Let’s start with who she cheated with and currently pregnant for and living in a home I paid for — post divorce. … This is how your generosity gets twisted. Let’s get started there.”
Guobadia’s social media outburst arrived after the trailer for Falynn’s upcoming tell-all interview with YouTuber, Adam Newell, was unveiled (via Instagram).
Falynn commented on Porsha and Simon's relationship
In the minute-long teaser clip for the interview — which is scheduled to debut on June 10 — Falynn tells host Adam Newell, “Simon doesn’t get caught unless Simon wants to be caught.” When asked if she regrets her friendship with Porsha Williams, she continued, “I meant what I said when I took my vows. It hurts, it hurts like hell,” she says in the next clip, wiping back tears” (via Instagram).
“The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star, Williams, announced her relationship with Falynn’s ex-husband in May 2021. “I know it’s fast but we are living life each day to its fullest. I choose happiness every morning and every night. Tuning out all negative energy and only focused on positive wishes. He makes me so happy and to me, that is what matters most,” Porsha wrote on Instagram at the time.
In a statement to People, Falynn later addressed Porsha and Simon’s new relationship. “I want to thank everyone for reaching out to me and offering their love and support. At this time, I am focusing on finalizing my divorce and healing. Sending positivity to all of you,” she told the publication.
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