Apollo Nida Calls Out Phaedra Parks For Keeping Their Kids Away From Him – She Can’t Keep Us Apart
Over the weekend, former Real Housewives of Atlanta star, Apollo Nida took to Instagram to address his ex-wife and mother of his two children, Ayden, 9 and Dylan, 6, for allegedly not allowing him visitation with their boys. In his post, Apollo shares a sweet picture of Ayden and Dylan, sending a message that he will continue to fight for his right as a father. He says,
“DON’T WORRY ! We will be together soon, No matter what,she can’t keep us apart. The fight will not stop to be a good DAD!!! There’s not a day that goes by I don’t think of the 2 of u. LOVE AND MISS YA SO MUCH.“
Close friend of Apollo and fellow former RHOA husband, Peter Thomas added a comment writing:
“Wow!!!! This went public??? Not good.”
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. Apollo was originally sentenced to eight years after he pleaded guilty to laundering more than $2.3 million via fake bank accounts, stolen checks and other avenues.
As previously reported, Apollo’s ex, former RHOA cast member, Phaedra Parks expressed her disappointment when he was sent back to jail just before Father’s Day. At the time she stated,
“There’s a box of Father’s Day cards, mugs, little plates and things that they’ve made that I was going to send him. And so my youngest son was like, “so daddy will be here for Father’s Day?”And I had explained to him, no. He couldn’t come anyway because he was in the halfway house transition home. But you know, they can’t talk to him at all now because he’s back in prison.”
She continues, adding her disappointment in her ex-husband.
“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.”
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