Porsha Williams has some things to say about Phaedra Parks.
Even if Porsha Williams hasn't actually said very much to Phaedra Parks over the past several weeks.
On Sunday night, Bravo viewers were treated to an especially memorable reunion special, with The Real Housewives of Atlanta needing to air a fourth installment of this kind of episode.
Why the need for the quartet when most of these franchises only run three reunion specials each season?
Because there was just that much drama to work out between the main cast members.
Most of that drama centered around Parks having told Williams early in the season that Kandi Burruss and her husband had schemed to drug her and take advantage of her sexually.
Even for a Real Housewives storyline, this allegation was particularly shocking and disturbing.
Burruss has denied any such plans to rape Porsha, coming to verbal blows with Parks on part four over the charge, while Williams was left in tears of the situation.
She said on stage that she felt like a "pawn" in some crazy game Parks was playing.
Phaedra eventually admitted that she heard of this drugging/raping rumor from some third source; NOT from Burruss herself, as she had stated a few weeks ago.
She apologized for her key role in this ongoing scandal, but the damage had already been done.
Then, on Monday, Bravo fired Parks from The Real Housewives of Atlanta.
On Tuesday, speaking to Dish Nation, Williams shared that she has not spoken to Parks since the reunion was filmed.
“You know, my uncle passed a couple of weeks ago and [Parks] did text me and offer her condolences,” Williams said. “Besides that, I haven’t talked to her.”
It hasn't been easy for Porsha, either, considering how close she was to Parks for so many years.
“[Parks] was like my best friend," Williams said, adding of her now-ex--co-star:
"[She was] someone I talked to on the phone every single day."
"And for me to feel like she had betrayed me like that, and the fact that I was sitting right there and watched her continue to lie on me about it ... "
"That’s the part I can’t get past and I don’t know if I ever will.
"Right now, I just can’t talk to her.”
Burruss has said she's considering a lawsuit against Parks.
Williams, however, did not go there in this interview.
Trying to remain calm and mature, Porsha said that she'll always have a "soft spot for Phaedra, [but] it’s where you don’t want to be manipulated anymore.
"I just don’t want to hear anymore of it right now.”
Prior to this blowout, Williams had been known as "Frick" to Parks' "Frack."
The two were like peas in some kind of tight pod.
“I may get to the point where I’m strong enough to where I can talk to her and maybe we can work it out," Williams concluded.
But right now?
"It’s still so new to me. I haven’t even talked to the other girls.”
Last October, before this mess was ever even any kind of a thing, Parks spoke to Entertainment Tonight about Williams.
"I love Porsha," she said many months ago, continuing as follows:
"Our relationship is such a fun relationship, because she's happy in her own skin."
"She makes me feel so young and vibrant, and we just have a good time playing off each other.
"You know, she doesn't take herself seriously. She lets me see the lighter side of myself. We have a good time together. I love that girl."
Perhaps Phaedra should have remembered that before spreading her salacious story.
It's always very difficult to remain friends with someone after you tell them another pal had been thinking of drugging and raping them, without any evidence to back up your claim.
That's something for all readers out there to remember.