Asked why his wife, the mother of his children, was NOT at his sentencing, Apollo told reporters “I don’t know. We have other issues. She had to go ahead and take care of our children.”
“I think Phaedra, in a perfect world, should be as supportive as a wife should be,” he added. “But if she chooses to derail from the plan, then that’s what she chooses to do.”
Apollo will voluntarily surrender in the coming weeks.
Kandi Burruss has admitted that Phaedra is keeping busy, following the sentencing. “She’s basically working,” Kandi said. “That’s how I deal with things too – when I have a lot going on, I just put more into work.”
“I know that she’s promoting her book and doing her book tour,” Kandi added. “She’s not really trying to focus as much on what’s happening.”
Co-star Kenya Moore reacted to the sentencing on Twitter. Rather than bash Apollo, or even mention him by name, she left the following cryptic message within hours…
You can't kick someone while they are down even if they fell trying to trip you. Offer them a hand instead. #killthemwithkindness
— KENYA MOORE (@KenyaMoore) July 8, 2014