Kandi Burruss and Phaedra Parks tried to put an end to their long held feud last year when the eighth season of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” first began airing. But during this Sunday’s season finale their efforts seemed to go to waste as the cast learned that the Feds came to Burruss and Todd Tucker’s home to seize some of Apollo Nida’s property that the couple was storing for him. Of course, the cast wondered if Parks had called the Feds on Burruss and Tucker, and now Burruss has decided to open up on exactly what happened during the visit.
As fans of the show know, Parks wasn’t happy when she learned last year that Burruss and Tucker were storing some of Nida’s motorbikes at her home and she let Burruss know that she felt betrayed by her because she was helping out her incarcerated husband.
During Sunday night’s episode of “RHOA,” Parks denied claims that she’d called the Feds on Burruss. However, Burruss confessed that she was suspicious of Parks and decided to keep her at arm’s length for the time being until she could determine whether it was just a coincidence that the Feds came to her house or if her friend really had turned on her.
In her latest Bravo blog post, Burruss opened up about the situation and explained that she felt things were being blown out of proportion by the fans and Parks.
“This situation has turned into something bigger than it should’ve been. I hate that people think we were trying to hide something. We were never trying to hide his stuff from the FEDs or Phaedra. It was never a secret. When the FEDs asked for it we gave it to them. We didn’t have any issues with the FEDs. It’s not like we knew the details of Apollo’s case, so we had no idea that Apollo’s motorcycle being at our house was even an issue,” Burruss said.
Burruss also recently appeared on “Watch What Happens Live” and explained how things went down when the Feds came to her home. Read what she had to say, after the cut.