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‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’ Season 6 Spoilers: Phaedra Confronts Husband Over Texts to Kenya



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On the Nov. 24 episode of “Real Housewives of Atlanta” season 6, the alleged texts between Kenya Moore and Apollo Nida will be further explored. Phaedra Parks confronts her husband over the allegations because she’s tired of hearing about all the “text-gate” on the streets. Kandi Burruss was concerned enough about the texts she read between Kenya and Apollo to address it with Phaedra.

“After talking to Kandi [Burrus] about text-gate with Kenya, I just wanted to talk to Apollo so I can put this all to rest because I’m sick of hearing about it,” Phaedra says in her confessional.

Apollo pulls the innocent act by telling his wife that he wasn’t the one who started with the text messages — not seeing how wrong it was to interact with Kenya. He did admit, however, that Kenya wanted to have sex with him.

“What he sees as being harmless, I see as being inappropriate,” Phaedra says.

The pair continue to argue about the texting issue. Apollo doesn’t see what the big deal is and Phaedra clearly feels the way any woman would if her husband was texting another woman.

Just when their argument escalates, their dinner shows up and the issue remains unresolved.

The next episode of “Real Housewives of Atlanta” season 6 airs Sunday night on Bravo and is titled “Too Late to Apollo-Gize.”

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