'RHOA': Phaedra Parks Talks About Her Marriage Issues and Reunion Drama
'RHOA': Phaedra Parks Talks About Her Marriage Issues and Reunion Drama
Gina Pusateri
Gina Pusateri
Contributing Writer, BuddyTV
It's been a bumpy season for The Real Housewives of Atlanta star Phaedra Parks. When she's not struggling to keep her marriage together, she's butting heads with co-star Kenya Moore. She talked about both issues on this week's appearance of Watch What Happens Live.


First, she set the record straight about the divorce rumors that have been circulating after her husband, Apollo Nida, almost seemed indifferent to her throughout the season. Not only that, but there were also rumors that he had been texting Kenya and trying to hook up with her.

"I have not filed for divorce and I am still very much married," Phaedra said.

But of course, the past few months haven't been easy on Phaedra and Apollo. Especially since he's also been charged with fraud since the season wrapped.

"Well, of course it is [a tough time]," she said. "But we are where we are. I will support him. We are a family. He is the father of my two beautiful kids. And at the end of the day, I am a Southern Belle. I believe in family. I will support him until this is resolved."


Phaedra wanted to make it clear that she has nothing to do with his current issues and is not named in her husband's case. She also said that there's absolutely no way that she will be representing him in court.

She went on to tell Andy Cohen that she thinks that Kenya provoked Porsha into a physical attack at the season 6 reunion.

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"Truth be told, [Porsha and I] had discussed this, we both knew that we were in a very fragile state," Phaedra said. She adds that at the reunion last year, she was eight months pregnant, so that was the main thing that stopped her from acting on her impulses to attack Kenya. But this year, she wasn't sure if she'd be able to remain cool.

"I stressed to [Porsha] the importance of being calm and making sure you maintain the proper decorum. I'm not for any [violence], but Kenya has a way of provoking people. She's like a big bully. She talks a lot of talk and obviously she cannot walk the walk."


Next week's part two of the reunion show, airing Sunday at 8pm on Bravo, will continue without Porsha. But it seems like there will be plenty of Phaedra versus Kenya to make up for Porsha's absence.

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