Real Housewives of Atlanta stars Kandi Burruss and Porsha Williams aren’t the best of friends, but they appear to be on better terms following their Season Nine falling-out. This has some fans believing the singer could possibly reconcile with the other half of “Frick & Frack,” Phaedra Parks.
Parks was responsible for starting rumors that Burruss wanted to drug Williams and take advantage of her sexually, which Williams repeated multiple times throughout the season. Following their reunion blowup, Parks was booted from the show, leaving the songwriter and the mom-to-be to hash out their differences during Season 10. With Season 11 two episodes in, fans are wondering if the Xscape singer is ready to reconcile with the Southern attorney as well. The answer is no.
While answering a fan question on Andy Cohen’s Watch What Happens Live, Burruss says Parks, unlike Williams, never reached out to apologize, and she has no interest in rebuilding their relationship.
“No. Absolutely not. C’mon now, Keke,” Burruss told fellow guest, Keke Palmer. “Absolutely not; that was too far, that was too much. I never heard anything, no apology, no nothing, and I’m cool with that. We don’t ever have to talk again, let’s just move forward.”
Back in 2017, Burruss shared her disappointment in Parks in a blog post for Bravotv.com.
“I was shocked, angry, disgusted … I could go on. Even with everything that had happened between me and Phaedra, I still didn’t think Phaedra would go so low as to tell someone that I wanted to drug them. Being an attorney, you would think she wouldn’t intentionally spread defamatory false statements about someone. The sad thing was that she didn’t even seem sorry for what she had done. I was thinking, ‘Damn, was there a reason to hate me this much?’ She already assisted Johnnie [Winston] in helping him to meet an attorney to sue me, and now I find out she was spreading accusations that I want to drug people and take them home! This is too much. I’m so glad the truth finally came out and I’m glad to be able to move on from this. Thank you to everyone who remained #TeamKandi, especially when others were believing the lies!”
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Born and raised in Compton, California, Jessica Bennett began her career as an intern at The Oakland Post, and later, The Source Magazine. She went on to write for respected hip hop publications such as DJ Booth and Hip Hop DX before becoming the Urban Editor of pop culture website, Wetpaint.com. She joined Ebony as the Entertainment Editor August 2017. Bennett has interviewed such names as Vanessa Williams, Spike Lee, Tyra Banks, Forest Whitaker, Magic & Cookie Johnson and several others.