Real Housewives of Atlanta Update & Twitter: Apollo Nida, T.I. Exchange Words; RHOA Star Criticized After Homophobic Tweets
It seems that these days, just about everybody has a problem with "RHOA" star Apollo Nida.
First, fellow "RHOA" cast member Kenya Moore took shots at Apollo for allegedly flirting with her through text message behind his wife Phaedra Parks' back.
Then, Atlanta rapper T.I. confronted Nida for falsely accusing him of being a "snitch."
And now, just about everyone in the Twitter universe has criticized Nida for his use of the phrase "no homo" in a tweet.
Safe to say, Apollo Nida should just keep his mouth shut because opening his mouth appears to be the root of his current problems.
So let's start from the beginning, shall we?
On Tuesday, Nida copped a plea deal for his current bank fraud case. Nida pled guilty to bank fraud and, according to TMZ, one of the clauses in the deal requires Nida to agree to be a "government informant."
That's basically a nice way of saying that Nida is now a snitch.
Nida's informant deal goes as far as Nida allowing government officials to record conversations he has with other suspects in the case.
Well since Tuesday, Nida has been very vocal about his plea deal and even went on Twitter to comment that Atlanta rapper T.I. and athlete Mick Vick took similar plea deals for past charges.
As we all know, no one likes to be a wrongfully accused and no one likes a snitch. So naturally, T.I. confronted Nida to clear his name and TMZ captured it all on tape.
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In the video, we see Nida apologizing to T.I. for insinuating that T.I. may have been a snitch.
Nida later took to Twitter to clarify his prior T.I. tweet (that has since been deleted) and apologized yet again to both T.I and Vick .
"@tip For the record I never said TI nor Mick Vick cooperated for the FED's in there plea agreement. This was all taken out of context," Nida tweeted.
"@tip I respect both Them guys and looked up to them every since they started her career no Homo."
Did the "beef" end there?
Well, perhaps it did for Nida, T.I., and Vick, but we can't say the same for the rest of the Twitter world.
Twitter users immediately replied to Nida's tweet to express their dislike towards his use of the phrase "no homo."
"that man is just plain dumb!!!" one user tweeted.
While another wrote, "Because respect is gay? K."
Perhaps Apollo Nida should take a lesson in thinking before he speaks. Better luck next time.
Nida's sentencing is scheduled for July. He currently faces up to 30 years in prison.