Ex-Frick Files: Porsha Williams Explains Why She’s Still Not Friends With Phaedra Parks

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It’s (still) a wrap…

Porsha Williams Explains Borken Friendship With Phaedra Parks

No Frick and Frack are NOT back and no, you won’t see them reuniting on the new season of “Real Housewives Of Atlanta.” As previously reported Porsha Williams had a HUGE fallout during the RHOA reunion with Phaedra for using her to spread that Kandi and Todd sex dungeon druggin’ rumor.

Now after telling folks back in May that she’s done being “manipulated” by Phaedra, Porsha’s sticking to her guns. In a RHOA season 10 clip, Porsha’s seen finding comfort in her “built-in best friend”, her sister Lauren, and while speaking to Lauren, Porsha offers some strong opinions on friendship.

“Don’t ever work with your friends, period,” says Porsha. “Sometimes with friends you never know where their interests lie. I pretty much decided to lock it down when it comes to new friends.”

She then read a birthday text from Phaedra and says she felt was used as “collateral” in Phaedra’s feud with Kandi.

“I feel like what she did to me was something she felt she had to do to get back at Kandi and she used me as collateral,” says Porsha.

Well that certainly seems feasible.

So far, it looks like RHOA producers are steering completely free of Phaedra despite reports that she’s “desperate” to film with them.

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Hit the flip for another post that’s adding fuel to the Phaedra return rumors.

This post ahead of RHOA’s November 9 return includes a listing of Phaedra Parks as a cast member and it’s making people wonder if they’ll get a glimpse at the southern belle.

More than likely, they’ll just see her in old clips.

Porsha was spotted this week with her RHOA castmates Cynthia Bailey and Sheree Whitfield at Atlanta’s GLAAD Gala.

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