Season seven of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” turned out to be a season of redemption for Kenya Moore. Apollo Nida finally admitted he lied about Kenya offering him sexual favors. And while some of her castmates apologized for believing Apollo’s lies, his wife Phaedra Parks and her new BFF, NeNe Leakes chose to dismiss Apollo’s confession as another tall tale.
Things seemed to turn around when Kenya and Phaedra had a breakthrough moment in the Philippines. Phaedra apologized and acknowledged Kenya’s hurt. The ladies made up in an emotional tear-filled meeting. Then at the recent RHOA Reunion, NeNe and Kenya hugged it out after NeNe’s emotional meltdown.
Kenya opened up about the status of her friendships today with Phaedra and NeNe, revealing she doesn’t see much of a relationship happening with either woman. In regards to NeNe,
“I know I was hopeful initially and communicated with her after,” she tells E! News. “She seemed to be in a very good place and we had a good exchange and I felt very hopeful, but then weeks later, I see signs of the old NeNe.” She adds, “I felt it was good while it lasted.”
The former Miss USA’s forecast for a relationship with Phaedra Parks is equally dismal.
“Honestly, I don’t have a relationship with Phaedra today,” she says. “I don’t believe Phaedra wants to have a relationship with me. She seems to be very stuck in one place, which is the past, and she refused to admit that Apollo lied to me. She wants to hold onto that.”
Meanwhile, Kenya expressed thoughtful sentiments about Kandi Burruss, who has been very open about wanting to have a child and her infertility issues.
“I hope she gets everything she wants,” she says. “She deserves to be happy. She wants another baby and Todd wants that too so I pray that they get what they want.”
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