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Phaedra Parks recently had something shady things to say about her former Real Housewives of Atlanta castmate and friend, Kandi Burruss, and now Burruss has responded.

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Burruss recently sat down with People TV‘s “Reality Check” and addressed the jab that Parks recently took at her.

“I just find it very sad that she has no remorse for what she did. She didn’t see anything wrong with that. I feel like if anybody did what she did to me to her sons in the future, she would have a totally different outlook on the situation. I just think she should just rethink it. If she doesn’t that’s cool. She’s canceled in my book anyway,” Burruss explained.

When the reality TV star, singer, songwriter, and entrepreneur was asked if her feelings have changed regarding Parks ever returning to RHOA she quickly responded “No,” followed by laughter.

“It is three years later, but it’s not anything that you can really play down as if it’s nothing.” Parks recently chatted with the Daily Mail and stated that she found Burruss’ disappointment with her humorous.

“I find it amusing because if she is that concerned about me three years later, I must have really impacted her life. So I’m glad I touched her like that,” she said.

Burruss and Parks’ feud stems from Parks spreading a false rumor that Burruss attempted to drug and rape fellow RHOA castmate Porsha Williams, during her last season on the highly-popular show.

During Burruss’ interview, she also stated that she’s excited that Kenya Moore is returning to RHOA. When asked if she thought Moore would be more open during the new upcoming season of RHOA, Burruss said yes.

“I definitely feel like she’s going to share,” Burruss said.

Glennisha Morgan is a Detroit-bred multimedia journalist and writer. She writes about intersectionality, hip-hop, pop culture, queer issues, race, feminism, and her truth. Follow her on Twitter @GlennishaMorgan.