Apollo Nida’s New Fiancee Says Relationship Was Destiny
Apollo Nida’s alleged fiancee, Sherien Almufti, has taken to Instagram expressing her love for her future husband. In one post, she reposted a photo of Apollo working out adding the caption “Motivation”.
In another post, she kissed a framed picture of Apollo writing:
Oh how much I miss this MAN! ???
She also reposted a headline about their engagement, alluding to their relationship being ‘destiny’.
That’s the thing about destiny, people meet at the worst time of their lives…….. ?? #summerthirteen
Sherien also shared a photo of her getting her makeup done, adding the caption “RHOA”, which hints at her appearance on this season of Real Housewives of Atlanta.
As previously reported, Apollo is engaged to be married and both he and his fiancee will have a story-line that will play out on the hit BRAVO show.
Reportedly, prior to being in jail, he began dating a realtor named Sherien Almufti while still being married to Phaedra Parks. They have been dating around two years. Allegedly, he became engaged a few months ago. According to the report:
the woman lives in NJ, not far from the the federal prison where he’s serving his sentence and she visits twice a week. She and Apollo have both shot scenes for the upcoming ‘RHOA’ season — he’s on by phone — and we’re told producers want to keep her identity under wraps until the episode airs.
Phaedra is allegedly aware of the engagement and her reaction will be played out on the show as well. In a recent interview, Phaedra, who married Apollo in 2009 and shares two sons Ayden, 6, and Dylan, 3, opened up about their split:
I’ll always love him because he’s the father of my children so I can never be regretful of that because out of our union came these beautiful awesome kids. But as far as being in love with him romantically, I’m definitely not at that place in my life anymore.
Apollo shared his excitement on Instagram about his engagement.
A few weeks ago, he also hinted about his relationship.
Apollo is currently serving an eight-year sentence as a result of racketeering charges. P.S. Is it too soon for Apollo to marry another woman?