‘RHOP’s Candiace Dillard warns ‘liar’ Porsha Williams to ‘be careful’

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Tension is beginning to bubble between “Real Housewives of Potomac” star Candiace Dillard and “Real Housewives of Atlanta” vet Porsha Williams, as the former believes Williams lied in defense of fellow Potomac housewife, Monique Samuels, with whom Dillard exchanged blows this season.

Dillard, 33, spoke to Page Six about her recent appearance on Behind the Velvet Rope with David Yontef, where she referred to Williams as “the sidekick of all.”  

“I don’t know Porsha, I’ve never met her, I know her through the television like everyone else,” Dillard told us, “and I never had an issue prior to being sent a clip of her on “Chat Room” with my castmate Gizelle, lying and spreading false information — damning, defaming information — about me and alleging I was trying to sue Monique to secure a down payment on my home.”

Williams has repeatedly defended her friend Monique on several episodes of Bravo’s “Chat Room.” On the Dec. 6 episode, Williams told co-hosts Gizelle Bryant, Hannah Berner and Kate Chastain that Monique told her she believed Dillard sued her after the fight for nothing more than a financial come-up.

“She [Monique] felt like, the whole reason Candiace was suing her was to pay for her mom’s house,” Williams said. “She was suing because it was a money grab.”

“Potomac” castmate Bryant immediately dismissed her theory, saying Monique never said that on the show or during the reunion, to which Williams responded, “This was said to me personally out of Monique’s mouth.”

The accusation clearly didn’t sit will with the songstress.

“Yes, I responded in an interview because it’s one thing for you to defend your friend, it’s one thing to talk general smack about me in defense of your friend, but when you flat out lie, yes, I’m going to address it.”

“She should be careful about the lies that she tells. It’s a very dangerous move,” Dillard added.

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