As the latest The Real Housewives of Atlanta episode was about to air on Sunday night, Kenya Moore wrote that her sit down conversation with Phaedra Parks is “a real testimony 2 [her] personal evolution.” Kenya also said that the conversation shows “what forgiveness really means.” Considering their difficult relationship and mudslinging through the years, it’s likely that Kenya believes that she forgave Phaedra for all the wrongs that she did to her throughout their seasons together on the show.
2 night on #RHOA I finally have a sit down. Learn what forgiveness really means. 2night will be a real testimony 2 my personal evolution.
— KENYA MOORE (@KenyaMoore) April 5, 2015
Kenya later tweeted that she hopes she no longer has enemies. Kenya also agreed with a viewer who tweeted that Phaedra’s estranged husband, the currently incarcerated Apollo Nida, hurt both her and Phaedra.
— KENYA MOORE (@KenyaMoore) April 6, 2015
As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Phaedra revealed in a blog post last week that she agreed to meet with Kenya because she believes in “forgiveness and redemption.” Phaedra may have not meant her own forgiveness and redemption but Kenya’s.
“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.”
A clip of the sit down conversation shows Phaedra telling Kenya why she refused to meet with her earlier, accepting some responsibility for the feud, and stating that she’s now ready to move forward.
“I hadn’t heard you, you know. You’ve asked for a lot of one-on-one conversations but I was in a place of being angry. I was very hurt by what had transpired, you know, because really, when we first met, we were working on a friendship. When all this crazy stuff started to happen, I was hurt. I mean, and you know, hurt people do things to hurt others sometimes. At the end of the day, I can’t change the past. I can only move forward. I’m ready to move forward. I’ve been ready to move forward. Hopefully, this is our new door, you know.”
Will viewers see Phaedra Parks and Kenya Moore keeping their feud buried in the past and getting along for the rest of The Real Housewives of Atlanta season 7, including on the reunion show? After the reunion filmed, Kenya posted a tweet that said that some people behaved as expected but that something very unexpected, but not violent, happened.
Morning team twirl! #RHOA reunion was amazing! Some things u expect from typical ppl but the most unexpected happens (no violence) EPIC
— KENYA MOORE (@KenyaMoore) March 28, 2015
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