Bravotv.com: Who was the worst roaster?
Phaedra Parks: Cynthia! It was more of a eulogy than a comedic sketch.
Bravotv.com: Why were you so angry with Kenya about the divorce party?
PP: I do not deem divorce an occasion for celebration. Divorce disrupts lives and has an adverse impact on everyone involved, especially children. Why would someone want to celebrate that? I have great reverence for the sanctity of marriage, and the fact that she felt it was appropriate to celebrate the demise of any marriage informed me of how very different we are.
Bravotv.com: Did the argument with Kenya ruin your friendship?
PP: While we had called a truce and were working in a positive direction, I am not sure we ever actually arrived at the intersection of friendship and trust. True friendships are not easily built nor are they quickly destroyed by a mere disagreement. I am mature enough to know our differences make us unique, however, indifference and disrespect create discord.