There are two homes in Atlanta that almost everyone (including folks who live in different cities) can't stop talking about. Those pads are, of course, Chateau Shereé and Moore Manor, owned by Shereé Whitfield and Kenya Moore, respectively.
These houses have not only gained buzz over the last year due to their over-the-top features, but also sparked a feud between their homeowners. However, Phaedra Parks thinks giving any of it the attention it's been getting is kind of silly.
"In light of what's going on in our world, to debate about the difference between a 10,000-square-foot home and a 7,000-square-foot home, it seems quite petty because there's people out there starving, we've got a new president, we've got racial issues going on — we've got things that are really going to change the face of country at this point," The Real Housewives of Atlanta attorney told The Daily Dish. "And so to sit around and talk about bidets and who's got this and who's got that, it's just shallow at a certain point."
But, that doesn't mean that Phaedra doesn't have an opinion on the matter. "Chateau Shereé is everything. Let me tell you, it's like a mini White House," she said. "You know, I haven't had the full tour of Moore Manor because I was kicked out within seconds. I can't say what's going on at Moore Manor — I've been in it twice and really hadn't seen but the kitchen — the kitchen is great. But Chateau Shereé, it gave me life."
Check out the moment Phaedra was asked to leave Moore Manor, below.
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