Phaedra Parks: I Just Hoped Apollo Would Not Create A Scene

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Phaedra Parks is talking about her awkward run-in with Apollo Nida at the launch party for Demetria McKinney’s new music video in a new interview with Bravo. Phaedra also shares her opinions about her new co-stars Claudia Jordan and Demetria McKinney.

Bravotv.com: Did you find the advice from Kandi’s cousin Melvin helpful?
Phaedra Parks: A personal perspective based on experience is always insightful. I appreciate him sharing his thoughts and experience with me so openly.

Bravotv.com: What were your first impressions of Demetria and Claudia?
PP: When I attended Demetria’s event, my focus was an evening of escape from my current reality. I didn’t attend with the idea of engaging in any captivating conversations. I had very limited interaction with Demetria and Claudia, so my first impression was merely that both women were attempting to embark on new career and relationship frontiers.

Bravotv.com: How difficult was it for you when Apollo surprised you at the party?
PP: It was not difficult at all, but quite uncomfortable. Not only uncomfortable for me, but I would think uncomfortable for everyone else as well. I cannot think of a more inappropriate time or place to have a private conversation about our marriage than in the middle of a nightclub during the premiere of a music video. At that particular place in time, the tension in our relationship was at an all-time high. And even though Apollo had not been around much, the stress was ever present as was evident. I was just really hoping he would not create a scene. My goal was to not fan any of his ego flames, nor have a private conversation in a public place. Everybody knows it would be better to let your slip show a little bit in order to avoid the possibility of having to show your entire ass.

Photo Credit: Bravo

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3 Replies to “Phaedra Parks: I Just Hoped Apollo Would Not Create A Scene”

  1. Ha ha ha – love the shade back at that very snarky and snippy remark Cymtjia made toward Phaedra- “You’re slip is showing.”

  2. If only Phaedra was a real Southern Belle rather than a ‘Gone With The Wind’ version. There are those among us who know if a woman says she is a Southern Belle, she isn’t. Phaedra has a nasty mindset and a mean disposition.

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