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Phaedra Parks Is Sick Of Discussing Textgate

April 04, 2014 11:00 AM by Stephanie Gustafson

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During a recent episode of The Real Housewives Of Atlanta, Kenya Moore and Apollo Nida angered Phaedra Parks by getting together to discuss the infamous Textgate scandal. Kenya figured it was best to get any lingering resentment out in the open — but Phaedra thinks that it’s time to put the issue to rest!

There are plenty of new scandals for Bravo to explore on The Real Housewives Of Atlanta, so why is the network intent on rehashing the same storyline again and again? The show’s Facebook fans have been wondering this for months, and it turns out, so has Phaedra Parks!

During a recent chat with Good Day Atlanta, Phaedra explained, “Textgate happened in 2012; it’s 2014 and they are still trying to run that storyline.” The reality star also managed to work in a nice dig at Kenya Moore, adding, “Unlike some of the other ladies, my life is very full. So, I don’t have to talk about something from two years ago and obsess with foolery.”

Phaedra feels that much of the problem stems from the constant Twitter battles in which several of her fellow Real Housewives stars are engaged. Issues that should have been put to rest ages ago are still being brought up on social media. “I think being a lady is definitely a lost art, but of course being on my show we see very bad behavior with social media and all of the Twitter trolls and being mean.”

Do you agree with Phaedra Parks? We know you have an opinion and we want to hear it, so feel free to sound off in the comments section below!

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