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Let’s Start a Petition! Twitter User Wants Phaedra ‘Shady’ Parks Back on RHOA

The newest season of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” has fans longing for the days of old and one has proposed launching a petition to bring back Phaedra Parks as a result.

Ladon Romano tweeted Friday that folks should urge Bravo to give the Atlanta-based attorney and mortician her peach back.

“Petition to have miss Phaedra Shady Parks back on RHOA,” he said Dec. 7.


The post got lots of backing from other fans of the reality show.

“No fr and take miss boom like an 808 off 🙄 even though I loved me some blaque she’s doing 3 too much.”

“Yassssss hunty I live for her shade quotes!!”

“Where do I sign? ✍🏾 @Bravotv @Andy.”

“Yas I miss frick and frack!”

“Where do I sign?! PERIODT.”

“Yes I miss her funny ass😂”

An online search shows there are at least two active petitions urging for Parks’ return but none were started by Romano.

Parks was a staple of the ATL housewives beginning in season 3 in 2010 but that ended after season 9 when Parks spread a rumor that threatened to blow up co-star Kandi Burruss’ career. Apparently, he was told by one of the producers that the singer hoped to rug and rape fellow peach holder Porsha Williams in a supposed sex dungeon. That was enough for Parks to be terminated from the show, despite her apology at that year’s reunion.

Even still, Parks doesn’t regret how things turned out. She told Entertainment Tonight in September as much.

“I mean, whatever I’ve said, I’ve already said it,” the single mom of two explained. “So, this is — that was now, two years ago? So, yes, I’m living in 2018.”

While discussing joining her friend Traci Braxton on “Braxton Family Values” this year, Parks revealed she has no intentions of coming back to the show that made her a household name.

“You know, I have closed that chapter, and I’ve moved on to new things … So, you know, that’s a done deal at the moment. I never say never, but you know, I’ve moved on to greener pastures,” she said to Us Weekly in August.

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