Kenya Moore on Phaedra Parks' 'Real Housewives of Atlanta' Departure: 'She Got What She Deserved'
Kenya Moore on Phaedra Parks' 'Real Housewives of Atlanta' Departure: 'She Got What She Deserved'
DeanBextor
DeanBextor
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Following the explosive season nine reunion of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, it has been heavily reported that Phaedra Parks has been dismissed on the Bravo series. Though the attorney admitted she would love to come back for season 10 if given the chance, her co-star Kenya Moore thinks Parks' departure happened for a reason.



"I feel like she got what she deserved," Moore, who has repeatedly clashed with Parks on the show, told New York's Power 105.1. "I feel like your lies will catch up to you. I don't believe in revenge and stuff like that. I just believe in karma." 

The attorney came under fire during the season nine reunion show for confessing to telling Porsha Williams that that Kandi Burruss and husband Todd Tucker had planned on drugging Williams and their mutual friend Shamea Morton one night in order to take advantage of them sexually. While Parks' bomshell was shocking to most people, Moore apparently anticipated what was about to happen.

"I knew it was coming. I see right through all of those girls. I knew it was all gonna come out because I think, first of all, Porsha didn't have another play because she got all the heat for repeating it even though we learned that Phaedra made it up," Moore said. "But [Porsha] said it, so [she has] to be responsible for the things that [came out of her] mouth." 

According to Moore, if viewers had believed Parks and Williams' story, Burruss' business could been gravely affected. "Kandi is a mega brand. She's a wife, she's a mother, she's a daughter. She has her sex toy line," Moore said. "And Kandi's always been, bar none, the fan favorite of the show for the last I don't know how many years. Yes, she has. That's a fact. Fan favorite." 

While it's obvious that there's no love lost between Moore and Parks, the former doesn't necessarily think Burruss should take legal action against the latter.

"I think that's up to Kandi. What [Phaedra said] was damaging, but I think the whole world knows now that was a lie and so I think that's retribution enough," she said. 

Do you agree with Moore? Do you think Parks got what she deserved? 


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