Bravotv.com: How were you feeling about sitting down with all of the other ladies?
Phaedra Parks: I was fine sitting down with all of the ladies. While it is not something I would have initiated, I respect anything that is done in the interest of peace and harmony, which is why I attended.
Bravotv.com: Did you ever get more food than just the saltines?
PP: Considering how spicy the conversation got, it was good that they only gave us some stale communion crackers!
Bravotv.com: Did you feel you and Kenya were able to truly wipe the slate clean?
PP: I moved past this years ago. Unfortunately Kenya has continued to harp on this matter in order to remain relevant. Some of us have jobs and families to keep our minds and lives fully occupied. But to answer the question, it depends how you define the term “wipe the slate clean.” If that means I’ve let all the craziness go and moved on with my life, then yes. If that means we’re going to be friends and I believe Kenya was somehow wronged, then no. After Apollo said he had been lying, Kenya has been doing the vindication dance and expecting the rest of us to have an epiphany that she is a wonderful human being. The fact remains that Kenya often acts in an inappropriate, disrespectful, and unbecoming manner towards a lot of people. And has done so for quite some time. As such, it is irrelevant whether Apollo was lying back then, or is lying about lying now. Kenya’s consistent behavior from inappropriately interacting with married men to screaming at people, who are in close proximity, through a bullhorn is unacceptable and independent of anything Apollo may or may not have done or said. In short, as it relates to whom and how Kenya is, her consistent actions speak louder than Apollo's words.