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Apollo Nida’s Fiance Sherien Almufti Shades Phaedra Parks

Apollo Nida’s fiance Sherien Almufti has yet to appear on The Real Housewives of Atlanta, but she is already starting drama over social media with his ex-wife, Phaedra Parks.

“Catching up on the #RHOA like oh wow!! So your s**t does stink after all #TeamApolloandSherien,” Almufti captioned a photo of herself watching the show.

As we previously reported, Nida proposed to the New Jersey real estate agent while serving an eight-year sentence at Fort Dix Correctional Facility for racketeering.

Almufti’s ex-husband told RadarOnline that she has been filming scenes for RHOA. “She took my daughter out of school a week and a half ago to go to Atlanta to film,” Derrick Copes revealed. “Who takes their kid out school to go film when it’s not educational. That is not good parenting. I don’t want my daughter on the show.”

He also revealed how Almufti has taken their 8-year-old daughter to prison to visit Nida, even though Parks has yet to bring their children Ayden, 6, and Dylan, 3.

“I’m not giving her child support right now because she’s taking my daughter to prison and I have asked her numerous times to stop doing that,” he told the site of his $450 a month child support payments. “My daughter is eight years old, she is not happy to go into a prison. If you want me to give you money, I will, but at the time you have a responsibility to our daughter.”

Photo Credit: Bravo

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