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During the Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 6 reunion, Phaedra Parks slammed Kenya Moore for filth, and eight years later, her jaw-dropping remarks have found a new life on social media.
In an exclusive interview with Page Six, Parks, 48, addresses the younger generation who enjoys her shade today.
She adds that they know that read, they know dirt and grass. Im extremely blessed that they have followed all of these milestones.
Parks' unique 2014 encounter with Moore, who accused her former Miss USA of shaming through egg banks, remains in vengeance as her tough delivery left the entire cast and even reunion host Andy Cohen speechless.
The reality star's breathless reading of Moore went as follows:
Shes sitting around, talking about my husband, the father of my kids, and she spends her weekends looking through catalogues looking for a donor. Honey, you will not know if your baby daddy will be an ax murderer or a child molester because what you will know is that he needed $10 for a medium-sized pizza and ejaculated in a cup so you could have a kid.
The verbal outburst, according to Parks, occurred at a sensitive time in her relationship with Moore, who had been accused of e-mailing inappropriate messages to Parks' now-ex-husband Apollo Nida, with whom she shares two children, Ayden, 12, and Dylan, 9.
Moore, who previously denied any involvement with Nida, had expressed a desire to have a child on her own as she was single. Today, she has a daughter, Brooklyn, 3, with her estranged husband Marc Daly.
I was so irritated at the time because Kenya and I had been so tense, and I was at a boiling point, Parks says. So when people called me once they saw it, they were like, Oh my God, I had no clue what they were talking about.
Parks, who left the Bravo reality show in 2017 after seven seasons in a row, claims she had totally forgotten about her outrageous comments until the Season 6 reunion.
I am the type of person that will finish saying what I want to say when I am done with it. I dont rant on anything. Im done with it. So I didnt even realize it was that big of a deal, says the author. But everyone was like, Oh my God!
The author of The Secrets of the Southern Belle does not spend too much time thinking about the book these days, but couldn't help sharing a meme that included the excerpt just weeks ago on her Instagram page.
The #internet remains unfavorable #Welp, according to her caption.