Kenya Moore is thanking God right now as she credits him for what's happening with enemies Apollo Nida and Phaedra Parks. On Tuesday, May 6, Kenya reacted to the news that Apollo, Phaedra's husband, has plead guilty to conspiracy to commit mail, wire and bank fraud.
While Kenya didn't give specific names, it's pretty obvious that she's talking about her "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" co-stars Apollo and Phaedra. "God is so good. He exposes your enemies for you. All you have to do is trust and believe only in him. Stay strong and let him work. #justice," she tweeted.
Earlier in the day, news broke that Apollo admitted his involvement in a $2.3 million fraud scheme. According to federal prosecutors, Apollo and his co-conspirators stole people's identities and opened bank accounts in their names, stole checks, filed fraudulent tax returns, took out fake auto loans, and other crimes. He now faces a fine of up to $1 million and up to 30 years in prison, which would be his second prison term.
Despite the dire consequences that he's facing, Apollo is maintaining that all is well. After leaving the courthouse, he told Radar Online that he's "alive" and "cool." He has since been busy responding to both his critics and supporters through his Twitter account, even once challenging people to keep talking "s**t" about him and his situation.
As usual, Apollo lets it all out while Phaedra is keeping her thoughts on the matter to herself, saying nothing about it on her social media accounts. However, she did say during her recent "Watch What Happens Live" appearance that she's standing by her man, maintaining that she will support him until everything is resolved. Phaedra Parks, being the daughter of a minister, probably has quite an opinion about Kenya Moore thanking God for "exposing" her and Apollo Nida. Unfortunately for the "Real Housewives of Atlanta" fans who want some dirt, she'll likely keep her thoughts to herself.