The year 2020 must be the year of reconciliation, especially with the novel coronavirus claiming the lives of many and leaving individuals in financial straits, forcing them to come together.
“Real Housewives of Atlanta” reality star Porsha Williams is also making amends with those closest to her, from friends and fellow housewives Kandi Burruss and Nene Leakes, to former “RHOA” reality star Phaedra Parks.
Williams uploaded a throwback video over the weekend of her and Parks dancing to the rapper Saweetie’s “My Type” hit record.
The dynamic duo known as Frick and Frack brought many memories to the “RHOA” show, and from Williams’ post it is safe to say that she misses having Parks on the show.
“Hahahah Ole nasty Flashback! Hope y’all are in good spirits today even tho this weekend we’re about to do the same thing we’ve done all week! 😩😂 @phaedraparksvia: @bravotv & @porshaskingdom #FrickandFrackThrowBack,” Williams captioned the video.
Fans shared how much they miss seeing the duo’s friendship on the Bravo television show.
“My faves!! Bring Phaedra BACK 🔥🔥.”
“I miss Frick and Frack!!!”
“Yasss frick and frack need to make a comeback.”
“Please bring Phaedra back!!!!”
“I loved y’all together 😩😩😩😭.”
“Oh, how I missed the frick and frack duo 😂😂😂.”
“Ayyyyyyeeeee!!!!!! Bust it down 🍑🥂🎉😍,” Parks responded to Williams’ post.
Parks left the “RHOA” following a heated four-part season 9 finale and reunion.
Parks admitted to spreading a rumor that cast mate Burruss and husband Todd Tucker had planned to drug and take advantage of Williams sexually. Parks apologized to Williams and Burruss, saying that she shouldn’t have repeated the rumor.
“I’m sorry, Porsha … I didn’t know if it was true or not … If something would have happened to you, I would have been a bad friend,” Parks said.
“I’m sorry — I can apologize; I’m sorry, Kandi,” Parks continued. “I shouldn’t have repeated it. I’m sorry, it was bad judgment on my part. I’m sorry. I can’t change it.”
Parks also said she wasn’t trying to use Williams and that she felt horrible. Burruss felt that Parks’ accusation “was too far, that was too much,” as she said on “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen” in 2018.
“I was shocked, angry, disgusted… I could go on. Even with everything that had happened between me and Phaedra, I still didn’t think Phaedra would go so low as to tell someone that I wanted to drug them,” Burruss wrote on BravoTV.com.
“Being an attorney, you would think she wouldn’t intentionally spread defamatory, false statements about someone. The sad thing was that she didn’t even seem sorry for what she had done. I was thinking, ‘Damn, was there a reason to hate me this much?’ She already assisted Johnnie [Winston] in helping him to meet an attorney to sue me, and now I find out she was spreading accusations that I want to drug people and take them home! This is too much,” Burruss continued.
“I’m so glad the truth finally came out, and I’m glad to be able to move on from this. Thank you to everyone who remained #TeamKandi, especially when others were believing the lies!”
During an interview with Hollywood Life, Burruss said that she would leave if Parks returned to the show, but it looks like many “RHOA” fans and Williams want the attorney back to see Frick and Frack back in action.