Real Housewives of Atlanta cast member Pheadra Parks knows the secrets of being a southern belle. In fact, this week she released a book about it.

On season six of Bravo’s hit reality show, Phaedra who is now a mother of two, manages her growing household, all the while keeping up the with the drama that comes with being an Atlanta Housewife.

During a recent episode of RHOA, Phaedra makes a failed attempt at reconciling with fellow cast mate Kenya Moore.

Phaedra confessed that her biggest problem with Kenya is that during the RHOA season 5 reunion, Kenya told Phaedra that she should get an AIDS test.

“I think when you’re getting a good read, and I was giving her [Kenya] a good southern bell read — you will say anything to try to throw shade,” Phaedra told theGrio’s Chris Witherspoon.

“The reason I was so upset it because AIDS is a very serious disease and it should not be taken lightly. It affects unfortunately mostly black women. For a black woman to carelessly throw around a statement such as you should get tested for AIDS and implicate or try to say the reason that I would have AIDS is because my husband went to prison, it’s just very ignorant…. to put it mildly, because black women are the highest carrier of AIDS… so she [Kenya] should probably get tested.”

Watch Kenya Moore and Kandi Burruss talk about Season 6 of ‘RHOA” below:

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