Not surprisingly, it didn't take too long for Kenya Moore to react publicly to the sentencing of her "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" co-star Phaedra Parks' husband, Apollo Nida. On Tuesday, July 8, Apollo was sentenced to eight years in prison for a four-year bank, mail and wire fraud and ID theft scheme.
Right after media outlets reported Apollo's sentencing, Kenya took to Twitter to give her reaction. Instead of some biting remark, she tweeted about actually helping Phaedra. She tweeted that you can't kick someone when they're down, even if they went down trying to trip you. Instead, one should offer the person a hand and kill them with kindness. Obviously, Kenya wants to seen as the bigger person.
When a fan replied that there's no way she can forgive Phaedra after the comments she made about Kenya's fertility at the reunion show, Kenya wrote that she should try to because to not to try to forgive is ugly. She also wrote that Phaedra is obviously in a lot of pain and is lashing out with evil and displaced anger.
When another fan joked that Kenya should just kick Phaedra, Kenya replied that he's wrong for saying that. Kenya also told another fan, who said that killing enemies with kindness doesn't work, that while it's a struggle to do the right thing, karma always has its way of rewarding those who do good. Kenya also said that she'll reach out to Phaedra to wish her well and that it'll be silly for her to use Apollo Nida's conviction to terrorize Phaedra all next season.
Interestingly enough, Kenya had also posted a tweet about how no one ever has to commit crimes and that two little boys are now the victims. However, that tweet has since been deleted. Perhaps she thought that would be too harsh on Phaedra? The big question now is whether Kenya Moore will indeed kill Phaedra Parks with kindness on the upcoming season of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta."