Last night on The Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 7 Episode 20, two long-feuding rivals finally decided to quash the beef and move on in peace.
Who made this bold move, and what prompted it?
Kenya Moore and Phaedra Parks' days of shade-throwing are over as of The Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 7 Episode 20. At least for the time being.
The two decided to put an end to all of the drama, and if you watch The Real Housewives of Atlanta online, you know there was plenty to go around.
It all dates back to Parks' then-husband Apollo Nida's allegations that Kenya propositioned him for sex via text message in L.A., which Moore denied.
Phaedra labeled Kenya a home-wrecking whore, which she didn't care for. Apollo later admitted he lied about the texts, but Phaedra still didn't trust Kenya.
Well, perhaps she's finally at that point. Phaedra admitted that Kenya has been open to moving forward, but says she hasn’t been in the right frame of mind.
Until now. “Hurt people do things to hurt others sometimes,” Phaedra says. “I can’t change the past. I can only move forward. I’m ready to move forward.”
Kenya is pretty bitter, though, even as Parks tries to apologize to her.
“You didn’t even treat me like a human being,” Moore says through tears. “I was left with no choice but to believe that you are just literally trying to destroy me.”
“I have never seen him in L.A. I never propositioned him. I have never crossed a line with him, nor have I wanted to. I just need to know that you believe that.”
Does she, though? It's like her own brain can't figure that one out ...
Phaedra feels that as Apollo’s wife (and probably just getting bad vibes from Kenya), she's obligated to believe his side (even though he lied about it).
Given Apollo's situation now, though? She's unsure what to believe.
Parks tells Moore that “Your slate is clear with me," but Kenya maintains that Phaedra still believes she's a whore because she won't say otherwise.
Phaedra doesn't deny this, but says they should move on despite the hesitations she may have, because hey, it's progress, and there's one key point:
“I haven’t called you a whore this year at all!” Phaedra mentions.
“I called you Satan, but I didn’t call you a whore.”
We're sure that made it all okay with Kenya.
In all honesty, just sitting down with Parks and hearing a real apology did get Kenya to a better place, even if wasn't 100 percent what she'd hoped.
“For her to … actually give a verbal apology directly to my face, I think that’s good enough,” Moore reflects, and they say a prayer and move forward.
Simple as that. Take notes, Brandi Glanville.
Everyone seems to be well for the moment. Claudia Jordan and Porsha Williams, Phaedra and Kandi Burruss, even Cynthia Bailey and Phaedra.
After that Chocolate drama, It's a miracle!