RHOA Drama: Phaedra Parks’ Friend Calls out Sheree Whitfield

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Sheree Whitfield surprised RHOA fans by bringing Apollo Nida back on the show.

Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Sheree Whitfield took issue with how Kandi Burruss moved during the recent season. In fact, she didn’t think Kandi was there for her when she needed her. In her opinion, Kandi didn’t excel at friendship. Sheree thought Kandi was wrong to not reach out to her about Tyrone Gilliams. She felt like Kandi should have called her after Tyrone stood her up in Philadelphia. So when she didn’t, Sheree told Marlo Hampton that Kandi disappointed her. This resulted in Sheree being shady in green screen interviews and agreeing when Marlo made some below-the-belt insults about Kandi.

Interestingly enough, Kandi had similar criticisms about Sheree. She pointed out that it was very messy for Sheree to agree after Marlo called her a ***. Plus, Kandi didn’t like that Sheree also agreed after Marlo said that Kandi had to date men under her tax bracket. As a result, Kandi has been returning the shade. And she hasn’t held back her opinions about Sheree’s public romance with “Love & Marriage: Huntsville” star Martell Holt. In fact, Kandi is not sure the relationship isn’t a publicity stunt.

Now it seems as if some people close to Phaedra Parks are questioning Sheree’s track record as a friend as well. And Sheree was called out for bringing Apollo Nida on the show because of the comments he made about his ex-wife.

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  1. Shree is no one’s friend. She is only out for herself. And I would never buy her cloths. 140 for a t shirt. Who does she think she is. We only know her because of the RHOA

  2. Sheree is a messy old lady that needs to speed more time minding her own business.She doesn’t bring anything to the show, maybe she’ll be another 1 season.

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