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Phaedra Speaks On The Idea Of An Open Marriage With Apollo

RHOA reality bird Kenya Moore has been making waves on and off of the show since the topic of her exchanging text messages with fellow cast-mate Phaedra’s husband Apollo last season has resurfaced.

Phaedra recently had a quick chat with Sister 2 Sister magazine, where she addressed her thoughts on the idea of an open marriage in light of the potentially messy situation between Kenya and Apollo.

via S2S Magazine

Kenya Moore swears that she has never and will never pursue a romance with Apollo Nida, and that’s a good thing ‘cause Phaedra Parks made it clear that she’s not about to have an open marriage.
“I feel whatever people choose to do with their marriage is there business. In my marriage, no,” she told Sister 2 Sister when asked how she feels about that sort of arrangement.

Open marriage is not an option for Phaedra and apparently she doesn’t even want her man exchanging text messages with women. At the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” season 5 reunion show, Kenya commented that Apollo had been reaching out to her (platonically), and if you weren’t aware, that is unacceptable.

“Kenya, it’s inappropriate to text anybody’s husband without their knowledge. You broke the G-Code!” NeNe Leakes wrote her in most recent BravoTV.com blog.

No matter the content of the missives, Apollo and Kenya were keeping in contact without Phaedra’s knowledge. Is that an indication that there’s trouble in paradise?

“Apollo can be bossy. He is very headstrong,” said Phaedra who lives and works with him on her DVD series. “At the end of the day, we both have a love for health and fitness.”|

Phaedra [also] calls motherhood her “greatest accomplishment.”

“There is such a need and demand for strong men. It’s a lot of stress on me because I want to be supermom,” she told S2S.

We’re not surprised….we don’t see Phaedra going for the whole open marriage thing.

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