RHOA’s Peter Thomas Goes In on the Housewives of Atlanta

| November 23, 2011 | 0 Comments

After all hell broke loose on this past Sunday’s episode of Real Housewives of Atlanta between Cynthia Bailey’s husband, Peter Thomas and Phaedra Park’s husband Apollo Nida, Peter had a few things to say about the housewives, and he told the folks over at UPTOWN Magazine. Peter dishes on everything from how he feels about each individual housewife to his confrontation with Apollo. Check out some of the things Peter had to say below.

On clashing with Apollo:

What people see is what it is. I don’t really know Apollo. Apollo felt like he was defending his wife [regarding] the UPTOWN article that I did . . . the article wasn’t about them. The article was about how I felt about what my wife said and what people were saying about, you know, UPTOWN Restaurant and Lounge and that she gave me money to do it and I wanted to set the record straight by saying yes she made a contribution but I didn’t take her wallet to do it.

The real problem with Sheree:

She talks about everybody f****ed up all the time, especially my wife. She said my wife is spineless. She said my wife has no backbone. She said my wife follows around NeNe like some little puppy. She says a lot of really f****ed up things and my wife is too much of a classy chick to even go in on that so, when they ask me what I think, because me and my wife is one, I’m gone say how I feel. She thinks she’s cute but I don’t think she’s cute.

About NeNe and her mouth:

When I say NeNe is loud, it’s because NeNe got a big ass mouth but I love her. I love her to death. I love her. She’s cool as hell. She’s the realest as far as I’m concerned.

About Kim and her mouth:

When I say Kim is crazy as hell, it’s because her mouth is so reckless. All kinds of s**t come out of her mouth.

Click here for the full interview with UPTOWN Magazine.

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