Kenya Moore Calls Apollo 'Nice Guy' in a 'Bad Situation'

Kenya Moore, "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" television personality and former Miss USA, is clarifying her statements after she alleged that fellow cast member Phaedra Parks' husband was sending her inappropriate text messages on the show's reunion special.

Apollo Nida, Parks' husband of three years and father of her 2-year-old son Ayden, denied sending messages to Moore that were not business related and even accused the former beauty queen of attempting to form an inappropriate relationship with him.

However, Moore decided to clear the air on her recent Bravo TV blog post.

"Believe me, many others including myself have fallen prey to Phaedra's heinous manipulations. Apollo and I had initially communicated via group text and emails when collaborating on the workout video," Moore revealed on the Bravo TV blog. "We were amiable to one another even after the deal fell through and remained cordial. Despite his desperate outburst, neither of us acted inappropriately."

In fact, Moore went on to call Nida a nice individual and spoke only about her issues with his high-powered attorney wife.

"Despite the outlandish theatrics and wild accusations thrown at me during Reunion Part 3, I stand firm in my opinion that Apollo is a nice guy who happens to be in a bad situation," Moore wrote in the blog. " We've heard him say verbatim he's 'married to a beast,' 'has resentment' toward his wife, and 'would like to get back to the way things used to be.'"

Still, Moore said she was shocked when Nida made accusations about her acting inappropriately toward him on the reunion show.

"It was just as shocking for me to hear him make accusations that I, in effect, propositioned him. So shocking that I had to laugh at just how contrived and rehearsed it was," Moore wrote. "Beyond a shadow of a doubt, I'm certain Apollo was coached by Phaedra. Hence why I showed my phone with all the texts to Andy to prove my innocence and offered to pass it around for full and transparent disclosure."

The reality television star and actress said she believed that Parks told her husband to make accusations against Moore on the show.

"Andy verified that there was no sexual content to any of the texts," Moore wrote. "I feel sorry that Apollo's wife is so sadistic that she will do anything to malign, embarrass, disenfranchise, and slander me because I beat her at her own game."

However, Parks' recently stood up for her marriage despite Moore's claims.

"I have a strong marriage," Parks told In Touch Weekly recently. "It's not like Kenya revealed something I didn't know. There are no secrets."

Still, Moore had a message for her on screen nemesis.

"God brings people into your life for a reason. You are the reincarnation of my mother. Your actions and evil will toward me goes beyond any fight," Moore wrote in a message to Parks on the Bravo TV blog. "You meant to destroy me with your planted blog stories, reckless false accusations, counsel to my ex, and sinister behavior in its lowest form. Yet, you have only made me stronger and wiser. Thank you for showing me who you really are."