Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kandi Burruss is not surprisingly putting an end to her relationship with Phaedra Parks. The singer song-writer vowed that she would never speak to the attorney following Park's admission that she told 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.
"We can never talk again," Burruss told E! News.
During the season nine reunion show of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, Parks confessed that she screwed up for repeating a rumor she had heard. Though she apologized, the damage has already been done. "Do y'all know people would was under my comments saying #KandiAKABillCosby? Do you think that s-- is f---- cool?" Burruss said at the time. "Y'all know how much I care about my business and my brand. We throw shade, whatever. But drugs? ... Drugging somebody while drinking and taking them home is rape. Y'all accused me of being a f---- rapist. That is crazy."
Despite what Burruss has been through, she's relieved the truth has finally come out.
"It's a relief to me that my name was cleared, that people no longer have to wonder if I would do something like that," she said. "You can't fight a lie. I'm just so glad the truth finally came out because I would never want something like that to be attached to me."
Since the reunion bombshell, it has been heavily reported that Parks has been dismissed from the Bravo series. Again, the turn of events isn't so shocking considering most of the housewives do not want to work with the attorney anymore.
"At the end of the day, all the girls throw shade at each other, but to know that people actually plot, behind the scenes, to plant information on people that's completely made up, that's a real problem," Burruss said of Parks. "It wasn't even for the sake of television; it was for the sake of tearing me down."
"The fact that she never once let on that she had anything to do with it, clearly, she just wants to tear down my reputation, kill my fan base, hurt my business," Burruss continued. "It was really just terrible. And then she's supposed to be friends with Porsha? Then she set her up to be the fall guy? That's a lot of plotting going on. People don't want to deal with that."
As for Williams, Burruss is still on the fence when it comes to giving the friendship another chance.
"I'll still probably never be close with her again," Burruss said. "I'm still not feeling her either. At the end of the day, she knew it was a lie. She cannot sit there and say she believed it."
"I'm happy she finally told the truth, I'll give her that," Burruss added. "But did you tell the truth because you were tired of people tearing you down, saying you were a liar, or did you do it for the right reasons?"
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