On recent episode of the "Real Housewives of Atlanta," Phaedra Parks, Kandi Burruss, and Porsha Stewart met up to discuss about some details regarding their personal lives and even touched base about Kenya Moore's accusation about Apollo Nida sending her flirty text messages last season.
When asked if Phaedra would ever be friends with Moore, she replied, "I don't foresee that we will ever be friends." Parks continued, "She just did some things that I could never get pass. Texting my husband, propositioning my husband," she said.
Parks continued telling the women that Moore offered to "Monica Lewinsky" her husband, "When you start propositioning anyone's husband and you are supposedly in their circle. That crosses the line."
After the airing, Moore went on her blog to deny the accusations and admitted that there is more to be revealed about the alleged sexting scandal.
Read Moore's blog entry here:
"I have been the unwilling recipient of Phaedra's unrelenting lies from last season. She called me every name in the book, lied, and called me an alcoholic, bipolar, fake, amongst other cruel monikers. I pushed back with my own insults. We are both responsible for attacking each other. So she can't pick and choose what insults were acceptable to her or not.
When Phaedra gets you in her crosshairs, she shoots to kill and she is the dirtiest player in this game. Regardless of what she claims, I NEVER OFFERED SEX, ORAL OR OTHERWISE, TO APOLLO. Clearly she must be a less than stellar attorney, since her claims are based on her motive to throw dirt on my name and not the facts. The FACTS are, I immediately showed my phone during the reunion. The facts are, I have never offered nor been offered sex by Apollo. The fact is, I have nothing to hide or lie about with regard to him. Additionally, I could have retaliated for the lies Apollo tried to spew in reaction to when I suggested that he discontinue texting me, however, the truth will be made crystal clear very soon.Hmmmmmm . . ."© 2017 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.