Phaedra Parks On Bomb Threat: I Felt Terrified and Hopeless

Phaedra Parks is speaking about what it was like being at the DNC during this week’s episode of the RHOA. Parks is also sharing how terrified she felt when she received the bomb threat call when she was out of state. Read what she had to say about the situation below.

Bravotv.com: What was it like being at the DNC?
Phaedra Parks:
Being invited to participate and speak at the DNC was an honor and privilege. Politics has always been a second love of mine. I enjoy the energy of advocacy and being a part of processes which impact policy, communities, and ultimately lives and legacies. The energy was incredibly exhilarating! As I motivated and encouraged others, I was equally motivated, encouraged, and energized.

Bravotv.com: What went through your mind when you got the call about the bomb threat?
PP:
When I received the call regarding the bomb threat, I was terrified and felt hopeless because I was so far from home. Everybody knows my first priority is not only to protect my children and family but also my employees. I immediately began to strategize how I could best do that from another state. I was thankful that my mother was with my sons and LaToya, my office manager, was calm and collected.

Bravotv.com: How did the meeting with Apollo go?
PP:
Divorce discussions are never comfortable and this one was no exception. Although the bomb threat was looming, I did not want to cancel the visit so I met with him in hopes of resolving any unsettled issues.

Photo Credit: Bravo

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  • Real Sandy⛱

    I wonder if they figured out who made that bomb threat. Hopefully it was a crank call by someone they found.
    Also, I found it od that they had to stop the car so Phaedra could talk on her cell phone. It seemed strange.
    Oh, and one more thing. Did Phaedra purposely pick that bold white and black striped outfit because she was visiting a prison? I was thinking prison stripes the entire time.
    Glad all are well.

    • Real Sandy⛱

      I think…now that I remember…that the person had a grenade if that was true. My memory fails me at times. Well, I heard no more since, so I imagine that he was apprehended.

  • Miss Moneypenny ☂️

    Hi Sandy! ❤️ I feel stupid asking but I don’t watch this show only have seen segments on commercials…what bomb threat? What happened?

  • Krista

    Phaedra loves to play victim whenever possible but it was a guy with CD’s for Phaedra who didn’t even go to the correct office. No bomb, no live grenade. After watching the latest installment of The Racists of Atlanta, I’ve decided to quit watching this show.

    Sheree: “Cairo is attending the leading BLACK college” Substitute the word “white” for black and everyone would be screaming racist.

    Phaedra and her fellow race baiter, Jessie Jackson teach hatred to black children. They destroy their innocence by telling them other races hate them. They and the people like them, purveyors of hate disgust me. She supports the hate group, BLM, so she supports the murder of police officers. Who can forget their chant for dead cops fried like bacon? I know I never will. All of these women ignore all the murdered police officers and the fact that most blacks are murdered by blacks. They have all revealed their racism over time. I don’t support haters, so I can’t support this show.