4 reasons RHOA's Phaedra Parks is totally guilty of betraying Kandi Burruss
Tonight's Real Housewives of Atlanta finale was not exactly as exciting as viewers had hoped. However, there were a few interesting moments involving Phaedra Parks and Kandi Burruss — and the feds.
Parks is believed to have alerted the feds to a motorcycle in Burruss' garage, although she acted all innocent when questioned by Porsha Williams. The following are just a few of the many signs pointing to Parks's guilt:
1. She acted awfully coy when Williams told her the feds showed up at Burruss' house
In one of the more suspicious scenes of the evening, Williams told Parks all about the incident at Burruss' house. During her awkward conversation with Williams, she made every effort to avoid eye contact. In addition to looking away, she gave several nondescript, one-word answers to Williams' questions. Williams seemed pretty neutral about all this, but viewers were very skeptical after watching this scene.
2. She just walked away when Kenya Moore mentioned the debacle at a party
Williams was by no means the only Real Housewives of Atlantacast member to bring up Burruss' scuffle with the feds. Always eager to stir the pot, Moore also wanted to know the scoop. Had Moore pried even half as much as she usually does, viewers might have had additional insight into whether Parks was to blame. However, it wouldn't be surprising to see Moore inject herself into the feds drama if it comes up again during the reunion.
3. Her relationship with Burruss has been deteriorating for some time
Parks and Burruss aren't on that great of terms these days, and what's more, Parks doesn't seem to be getting along with Todd Tucker. It wouldn't exactly be out of character for Parks to take out her newfound animosity by alerting the feds to Burruss' motorcycle storage setup.
4. The feds also showed up at Cynthia Bailey's house
Burruss was not the only Housewife targeted by the feds: Cynthia Bailey and Peter Thomas also received a most unwelcome visit. The timing of these two visits from the feds seems awfully suspect.
Viewers are rarely inclined to side with Phaedra Parks — she burned her bridges when the whole scandal involving Moore's supposed flirtation with Apollo Nida went down. This evening, however, viewers were especially hard on Parks. Several accused her of calling the feds, while others shared their desire for her to receive her comeuppance.
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