This season of The Real Housewives of Atlanta proves that miracles do happen. Former frenemies Kenya Moore and Phaedra Parks are acting just like friends this season. With everything that has gone down between these two Georgia Peaches over the years, who would have thought this type of harmony could be achieved?
Kenya told The Daily Dish that she's "in a much better place with Phaedra," and she's "just getting to know her again" these days. She explained that they were able to move past their drama once they had taken responsibility for each of their actions. "Phaedra and I had apologized to each other two years ago, accepted one another's apology, and really, to me, had a heartfelt one-on-one and owned what we did to each other. It wasn't one-sided, one person didn't refuse to apologize or own it," Kenya said. "And I believe the difference is that Phaedra and I started off as being friends, it went askew, and then we decided that you know what, it's been enough time, and we have both owned what we have done to each other and we just want to move on. We want to evolve. We're grown women. Let's just put all that stuff behind us. And I think it makes it easier that way."
And actually, Kenya said staying friendly with Phaedra while she's doing her "Frick and Frack" thing with Porsha Williams hasn't been that difficult, even if she did ask both of them to leave Moore Manor during her housewarming party earlier this season. "I'm friends with Kandi [Burruss], and Kandi isn't close to Phaedra anymore. Cynthia [Bailey]'s had fallings out with Porsha and Phaedra, and we all have had fallings out with each other, and they evolve. Our relationships evolve over time," Kenya explained.
Perhaps Kenya is too busy throwing shade at Shereé Whitfield to start drama with any of her fellow Housewives this season of RHOA? See Kenya get her reading of Chateau Shereé on, below.