Andy Cohen Weighs In On RHOA Reunion and Phaedra Parks

After the epic four-part Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion, Andy Cohen is weighing in on what happened with Phaedra Parks and how she was fired after. When the reunion was over, it was clear that Parks’ co-star’s had no desire to film with her anymore after it was revealed that she’d told a story about Kandi Burruss and Todd Tucker’s alleged plans to date rape Porsha Williams. Andy spoke about Phaedra’s firing to E! News.

“The question that we look at now with Phaedra is, when the reunion ended, none of the other women wanted to have anything to do with her. So that’s what you have to look at,” he said. “How do you shoot a show about a group of friends when no one is speaking to one of the friends?”

As for Parks’ claims that it was a producer who told her the information about Kandi and Todd? Another Housewife veteran is calling BS.

“I’ve been doing this for 10 years. I actually, sadly, consider myself to be a veteran. The producers do not make you do these things at all,” Real Housewives of New York City star Bethenny Frankel said. “The producers don’t know exactly what’s going on, so they might say, ‘Are you going to talk to Kandi about this?’ They don’t know. They would never do that. It would be a massive problem. This isn’t The Hills, it’s real. It really is. So yeah, no, that would never happen.”

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