T.I. Talks Apollo Nida's Comments, 'RHOA' Husband Reacts

(PHOTO) Instagram: @PhaedraParksPhaedra Parks and husband Apollo Nida

Apollo Nida may have offended rapper T.I. after making a comment about the latter's prison stint while defending himself.

Nida, attorney Phaedra Parks' husband on "Real Housewives of Atlanta," made headlines earlier this year for allegedly creating fake businesses, false bank accounts and using stolen checks while defrauding automotive lenders, according to Access Atlanta. After the Associated Press is reporting that Nida, the 35-year-old fitness guru and reality television personality, has officially admitted being involved in conspiracy to commit mail, wire, and bank fraud worth $2.3 million across 11 states.

After news broke that Nida would be taking a plea agreement in the case, some people began to call him a snitch. After Twitter users referred to him as a "government snitch" and "informant," the TV personality compared his situation to that of rapper T.I.

However, T.I caught wind of the comments and confronted Apollo at the S2S Magazine Ladies Night event. The 33-year-old rapper who was born Clifford Harris told radio station V103 personality Big Tigga about why he decided to confront Nida.

"To tell the truth on me then that's fine and he said he didn't say it so, cool," Harris said on V103. "Anybody got something to say about me man, make sure it's the truth and if it ain't the truth just be ready to see me."

The comments come after Nida initially tweeted about T.I. and Michael Vick's prison stints and then defended himself after his followers disagreed.

"Ur dumb as (expletive) its standard language in a federal plea agreement Michael Vicks TI's plea It's the same language different charge," Nida explained to one Twitter user.

However, Nida has since removed the comment and decided to pay homage to T.I. instead.

"‪@Tip‬ I respect both Them guys and looked up to them every since they started her career no Homo (sic)," Nida tweeted. "‪@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."