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Kenya Worries Phaedra Can't Move On From Apollo's False Cheating Claims: 'We All Make Mistakes'

Kenya Moore & Phaedra Parks Feud Bravo Blog

Apr. 9 2015, Published 10:07 a.m. ET

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In her latest Bravo blog, Kenya Moore shares her thoughts on her emotional sit down with former bestie Phaedra Parks.

Even after Parks decided to apologize to her frenemy over false claims that Moore had propositioned her jailbird hubby Apollo Nida, their relationship remained on the fritz.

Moore had apologized over their broken friendship long before Parks, and maintains that she doesn't regret her decision to do so.

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"I am glad I sat down with Phaedra," she told Bravo. "But I am happier for her more than myself. Once I sincerely apologized several years ago for whatever part I played in the demise of our friendship, I had hoped she could do the same. Sadly, she was incapable of it at the time."

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The "twirl" expert added a caveat nonetheless:

"However, if your heart isn't open, it's impossible for you to receive the message. Her agreeing to the private meeting was a sign that she was possibly ready to accept my apologies and take responsibility for her inappropriate reactions to Apollo's lies and her hateful behavior towards me as well. It felt good to let go of the years of pain we each caused the other."

Will the two housewives ever manage to move forward? Moore emphatically agreed that it's a possibility for the longtime pals, but she could only speak for herself.

"I honestly can't say whether or not Phaedra can move forward, as I can only speak for myself. What I have tried to do is have an open heart and a listening ear and compassion for others in difficult times. We all make mistakes, but in life you can't live in the past. You cannot hurt people because you are hurting and never try to make amends. You also can't cherry pick what parts of the Bible you chose to accept for your convenience."

Moore shared that forgiveness would be the key to repairing their relationship, using a Bible verse to articulate her point.

Do you think Kenya's friendship with Phaedra will ever recover? Let us know in the comments below!

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