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Phaedra Parks Clarifies Relationship Status With Ex-Husb& Apollo Nida

Phaedra Parks invited her ex-husband Apollo Nida to the “Married to Medicine” reunion to dispel rumors of a confrontational relationship, emphasizing their long history since the ’90s, their co-parenting of two children, and their ongoing friendship. Despite their past divorce, Parks wanted to provide an opportunity for her co-stars to directly ask Nida any questions, aiming to address and put to rest any speculation or drama surrounding their relationship.

Phaedra Parks clarifies her amicable relationship with ex-husband Apollo Nida, explaining his presence at the “Married to Medicine” reunion was to address speculation and allow co-stars to ask him questions directly, emphasizing their ongoing friendship and co-parenting relationship.

Oh, Phaedra Parks is at it again, folks. This time, she’s laying it all out there about her and ex-hubby Apollo Nida. And guess what? She invited him to the “Married to Medicine” reunion. Why, you ask? Well, it’s not what you think.

She’s tired of the rumors. “We don’t have a confrontational relationship,” she insists. They go way back, all the way to the ’90s, and share two kids. “We’re always going to be friends,” she says. That’s just how it is.

They were married for a solid five years. Then, in 2014, Phaedra, a former “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star, called it quits. But they’ve kept things amicable for their sons, Ayden, 13, and Dylan, 10.

Apollo didn’t pop up in Phaedra’s first season on “Married to Medicine.” But, oh boy, the Season 10 reunion is gonna be something else. Phaedra wanted her co-stars to have a go at Apollo, ask him anything they wanted. Because, let’s face it, his name gets tossed around a lot.

Phaedra’s bringing receipts, y’all. She brought Apollo so the ladies could get their questions answered straight from the horse’s mouth. And Apollo? He was ready.

If you’re here for the drama, Phaedra’s saying you might want to look elsewhere. “We’ve always been in a good place,” she claims. Drama’s not their style, at least not anymore.

Now, about Phaedra joining “Married to Medicine” — some folks were scratching their heads. She’s not married to a doctor, after all. But Phaedra’s got her reasons. She dated a cardiologist once, and besides, she’s got some interesting side gigs. She’s a Reiki healer and a mortician. Yep, you heard that right. “I send them to Jesus,” she says. So, in her words, she’s as close to medicine as it gets.

Comparing her time on “Real Housewives of Atlanta” to “Married to Medicine”? Apples and oranges, according to Phaedra. She knew the “Married to Medicine” ladies beforehand but wanted to form her own opinions. And it sounds like she’s glad she did.

So, there you have it. “Married to Medicine” airs Sundays on Bravo. And if you miss it, catch up on Peacock the next day. Who knows what Phaedra and Apollo will get up to next?

Kelly Garcia
Kelly Garcia
Kelly Garcia is a writer for CelebsAges. She enjoys writing about the most recent Entertainment news and trends. Kelly graduated from Rowan University, with a degree in creative writing. She loves to write, enjoys traveling, and to spend time with her friends.
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