Reactions To Phaedra’s Lies…Since She Had Nothing To Say For Herself

May 8, 2017  |  
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Admittedly, I don’t watch RHOA with any regularity. But anytime I catch the show, I can see exactly why it’s a Sunday fave for so many people. It’s messy and entertaining as hell. And while I don’t keep up with all of the weekly drama, I’ve had my suspicions about Phaedra ever since Apollo went to jail. And last night, they were confirmed as we watched some of the biggest lies she told this season, blow up in her face.

Still, because I assumed Phaedra was true to this fraud life, I figured that she would have had a backup plan or story to enact when she was confronted with her falsehoods. But apparently not. Judging by the silence and the blank expression that remained plastered on her face, Phaedra probably never assumed this would come back to bite her; and therefore, had nothing prepared to wiggle out of the situation. And since she had nothing to say, the good people of Twitter did more than enough talking for her.

Completely unbothered.

Don’t be mislead, Kandi’s tears looked like they were for more anger and disbelief than sadness.

After an hour, there were still no answers.

Really, being accused of being a rapist is no small thing. And as someone with a legitimized career in the music industry, it could have really hurt her brand.

After Kandi mentioned Angela Stanton’s books, exposing Phaedra’s lies, people believe it now more than ever and are wondering what the hell it says.

During “Watch What Happens Live,” which aired immediately after the reunion, Andy Cohen asked Gabby Sidibe and Kim Zolciak if they believed the friendship between Phaedra and Porsha was real. If it ever was, it was only real for one party.

And because you can’t talk about the Real Housewives of Atlanta without eventually mentioning Nene Leakes’ name, people were interested to see what she made of the whole situation, particularly since she’s no longer known as the show’s biggest troublemaker.

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