Phaedra Parks Dishes On Her Conversations With The Ladies In Manila


Phaedra Parks is opening up about her talks with Claudia Jordan, Kenya Moore and Kandi Burruss on this week’s episode of the Real Housewives of Atlanta. In a new interview with Bravo, Parks explains what finally made her decide to hear what Kenya had to say and how she felt about her conversation with Kandi.

Bravotv.com: Did Claudia’s overtures to you change your opinion of her or make you feel more comfortable with her?
Phaedra Parks: I did not have an opinion about Claudia. Claudia and I do not know each other, and we have had very limited interaction. I certainly appreciated the favorable accommodations. Connecting with her gave us an opportunity to begin laying the foundation for future interactions.

Bravotv.com: Did the conversation with Kandi help get you both on the same page?
PP: I think the conversation with Kandi helped us get on the same page. I value friendships and know that all relationships require an investment of time, patience, and effective communication.

Bravotv.com: Why did you decide to have the sit down with Kenya?
PP: As a Christian, I believe in forgiveness and redemption. While Kenya and I have deep rooted issues, I am finally at a place where I am willing to sit down with her and hear her out. The only way to describe our relationship is wounded. And everybody knows that wounds require air to heal. Hopefully, this conversation will serve as that air.

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