Apollo Nida’s Fiancée Gushes Over His Home Cooked Meal: Thank You Daddy!
Former Real Housewives of Atlanta reality star, Apollo Nida, 40, is officially a free man. Recently, he was released from prison and is reportedly living in a half-way house in Philadelphia. Over the weekend, his fiancee Sherien Almufti, showed off Apollo’s cooking skills. Sharing a photo of her meal, she captioned the post:
“Bae said he’s cooking for me today. I was so scared I snuck a peanut butter cracker in, while he was grilling.”
She continues, giving Apollo praise calling his meal delicious.
“But, I have to say I was so impressed. Babyyyyyy this burger was absolutely delicious. Thank you daddy.”
As previously reported, Apollo was first released from Fort Dix Correctional Facility on June 4, but just over a week later, he was taken back into custody for allegedly violating the terms of his release. He was originally sentenced to eight years after he plead guilty to laundering more than $2.3 million via fake bank accounts, stolen checks and other avenues.
Apollo shares two sons, Ayden, 9 and Dylan, 6, split with ex wife and former RHOA Star, Phaedra Parks. in 2014 following his guilty plea of laundering $2.3 million in a money scheme. His former wife opened recently commented on Apollo’s recent alleged violation that sent him back to prison. At the time, she stated:
“Apollo had been telling me that he was coming home early. I’m of the mindset, ‘I’ll believe it when I see it.’ And so when he called us on FaceTime and he was in a car and we could see that he was outdoors and so he said, “I’ve been released” and we were all excited because of course I want the boys to have a relationship with their father – and it would be great to have that support from Apollo. But of course, you know, nine days later he was rearrested.”
“I was disappointed, but at the same time, I don’t know if I was that shocked because he is a risk taker and I just hate it because now it’s just above all of us, only Jesus can fix it. I can’t make him be what he doesn’t want to be. He has to want to change. Being a parent does not come with the manual. So I don’t think that there’s any perfect parents, but obviously when you have a parent that is absent, like my ex husband, it makes it very difficult because I am the sole provider. You know, a woman cannot really teach a young man how to be a man. And so that’s been the source of frustration for me.”