Real Housewives of Atlanta couple, Apollo Nida and Phaedra Parks is having more drama then they can handle at once. Along with fraud charges, Apollo’s and Phaedra’s marriage may be on the rocks after rumors of Apollo’s alleged infidelity has hit the fan.
According to RealityTea.com, the alleged mistress may appear on RHOA if Phaedra decides to ditch her husband. This isn’t the first time Apollo was accused of some shady cheating business.
RHOA Phaedra Parks, Apollo Nida in identity theft scandal: Is Apollo heading to federal jail after stealing millions? It was previously reported:
Kenya Moore’s inappropriate texting relationship with “Real Housewives of Atlanta’s” cast mate’s husband, Apollo Nida has been smeared all over, however, Phaedra Parks is still defending her husband and denies having an open marriage.
In an interview with Sister 2 Sister, Phaedra explained, “I feel whatever people choose to do with their marriage is there business. In my marriage, no.”
Costar NeNe Leakes chimed in on the Moore’s behavior with a married man on her blog saying, “Kenya, it’s inappropriate to text anybody’s husband without their knowledge. You broke the G-Code!”
MStars News previously reported:
Kenya Moore was blasted by “Real Housewives of Atlanta” costar Kandi Burruss for texting Phaedra Parks’ husband “Hey Babe.” Moore and Burruss appeared on Bethenny Frankel’s talk show to promote their reality show and discuss about Moor’s scandalous texts to Park’s husband, Apollo.
Moore defended her text saying that she was only replying back to the Apollo, however Burruss admitted that she saw the text between the two and said that Moore called Apollo “babe” between texts. Moore then tried to take the heat off saying that is she would have text Apollo “baby” then that would have been inappropriate.
The former Miss USA told ABC News Radio that she was only responding to the text Apollo initiated, “I am like an open book. I don’t try to hide things so if I was texting in response to [him] texting me first I don’t see how that’s a problem, especially when they were not inappropriate texts,” Moore said.