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WATCH: Kandi Burruss Slams Phaedra Parks For Keeping Sons From Visiting Their Father Apollo Nida In Prison In 'RHOA' Reunion Clip

Kandi Burruss Slams Phaedra Parks
Source: Bravo TV

Aug. 29 2016, Updated 10:12 p.m. ET

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Kandi Burruss didn’t hold back at all as she discussed her thoughts on Phaedra Parks' decision to keep her sons, Ayden and Dylan, from visiting their father, Apollo Nida, in prison in a clip from part two of The Real Housewives of Atlanta's Season 8 reunion show!

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While speaking on Parks’ predicament, Burruss said that she didn’t completely agree with her former best friend’s decision to keep her sons from seeing their dad for so long. She added that she was concerned that Parks keeping her children from Nida would lead to some larger drama down the road for her sons and their family!

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However, despite Burruss’ questions about her choices, Parks let her castmate know she still stands by her decision regarding her sons and their imprisoned father.

Watch Kandi discuss Phaedra and Apollo in the video above!

What do you think about Kandi’s thoughts on Phaedra not taking her sons to see Apollo? Tweet us @OKMagazine or let us know in the comments section.

Kandi Burruss

You can catch part three of The Real Housewives of Atlanta’s Season 8 reunion show on Sunday at 8 p.m. EST on Bravo.


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