Kandi Burruss Calls Out Phaedra Parks For Her Behavior And Tells Her To Think Of Her Sons Amid New 'RHOA' Feud
The situation between Kandi Burruss and Phaedra Parks of Real Housewives of Atlanta fame does not seem to be getting any better.
On the contrary, things are continuing and deteriorating fast, and it does not look like a possible reunion is on the table right now.
Not long ago, Kandi claimed that she would have to maintain her distance from the Bravo show if her enemy was brought back on.
The lawyer was quick to clap back at the Xscape singer by telling The Daily Mail : “I find it amusing because if she is that concerned about me three years later, I must have really impacted her life. So I’m glad I touched her like that.”
And while it took some time for Kandi to respond, she now claims that she found the attack sad.
She added that she was saddened by the fact that Phaedra has so far shown no remorse for her actions.
She pointed out how her former friend apparently saw nothing wrong with what she was doing and ended her remarks by claiming that Phaedra was “canceled in her book.”
Todd Tucker’s wife said: “I just find it very sad that she has no remorse for what she did. Didn’t she see anything wrong with that? I feel like, if anybody did what she did to me to her sons in the future, she would have a totally different outlook on the situation, and so I think she should just rethink it. Hey, if she doesn’t, that’s cool. She’s canceled in my book, anyway.”
Kandi has also not changed her opinion on Phaedra’s possible return to the show. It does not look like fans are going to see much more interaction between these two by the way things are going right now.
Although, that is probably for the better. The businesswoman said this when asked if she wants to see the attorney back on the reality TV show: “Nah [laughs]. We’re in different places in our lives, and she’s right, it is three years later, but it’s not anything that you can play down as if it was nothing. If somebody says, ‘Yeah, you know I just accused you of drugging people and taking them back to take advantage of them, that’s nothing. You should be over it.’ Like, really? Uh, no.”
The chances are that things are not going to go very smoothly if they were given some extra screen time together at this point.