Zion Williamson’s Stepfather Addresses Social Media Pornstar Scandal

Amid plenty of drama on social media following Zion Williamson’s baby announcement, his stepfather Lee Anderson has shown his public support for the Pelicans star.

At an event to announce a new partnership between Jefferson Parish Schools and the Zion Williamson Foundation, Anderson indirectly addressed the attention Zion has been getting on social media.

“And I want to say this… and I want to be politically correct when I say it.,” Anderson said, with Zion standing near the podium. “That’s my son and I love him. When I was a child; I walked like a child, talked like a child, did childish things. But, when I became a man… when I understood, God blessed me.”

“Believe half of what you see and nothing you hear. That’s all I want to say,” Anderson continued, as he was applauded. “I stand by my son one hundred percent. I wasn’t always where I am today.”

Anderson then proceeded to embrace Williamson in a hug.

His comments come after Zion announced he was having a baby with a woman named Akheema, who has an interesting past.

Then two more women, including Only Fans model and ex-pornstar Moriah Mills went on a tirade on social media as they claimed to be in a relationship with Zion.

They said they had no knowledge he was with someone else, let alone pregnant.

“I was with you last week in New Orleans and you couldn’t tell me you had a random thot pregnant after all I’ve done for you @Zionwilliamson,” Mills wrote on Twitter.

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“Better pray I’m not pregnant too because I’m definitely late.”

Mills is clearly fuming as she has written a tonne of tweets over the past 48 hours directed at Zion.

Another other woman who claimed to also be involved with Zion, Yasmin Taylor, called Williamson “a nasty ass sex addict” on her IG story.

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“And this ain’t nothing to do with clout. I get my own money in real life and have never been a prostitute or sold my body. You’re outside buying Cullinan to h*es who didn’t have $100K to their name when you met them,” Taylor wrote.

Zion is yet to speak out about any of the claims himself.

In better news, Williamson is donating $250,000 to help Jefferson Parish Schools students get new uniforms.