I need to get to some real life things today, including voting which I meant to do much earlier but, lazy. But first, I ran across another interview with Apollo for Sister 2 Sister magazine that is pretty hilarious. Actually it’s just another excerpt from the original hilarious one. But I just love this interviews so I am going to post about it again. This particular excerpt is about the case between Angela Stanton and Phaedra Parks that remains open and ongoing as Stanton waits for the court’s response for their request that Park’s case be tossed out so they can move forward with Stanton’s counterclaim. The last court filings on Stanton’s side were filed I believe at the end of February. Parks team seems to be dragging their feet in response. As of today, there had been little if any forward motion in the case since then. That’s the factual update in the case. But let’s move on to Apollo’s fiction which I always find so amusing.
Here is what Apollo told S2S Publisher Jamie Foster Brown in the interview which originally occurred sometime last month. You can read the entire interview in the May 2014 print version of S2S on sale now. Yes, the person conducting this interview is a magazine publisher.
Jamie: So what is this Angela Stanton thing?
Apollo: Oh, man. I read something about her today. First of all, my wife has never, ever committed any type of crime.
TT: Apollo can read?
Jamie: Is she saying that she has, though?
Apollo: Angela will say whatever she wants to say.
TT:[nene leakes voice] SHE SAID WHAT SHE SAID! [/nene leakes voice]
Jamie: How do you know Angela?
Apollo: I know her from the past. This is exactly how it happened. I’ve had dispositions on this throughout Phaedra’s lawsuit. I’ve spoken to numerous attorneys because I hold the key.
TT: Apollo, I believe you are trying to say another word that is not in your lexicon. I think you mean deposition. You have NEVER ONCE been deposed in this case. Lots of people were. Most were in prison at the time. Since you are such a reader you might enjoy this one where dude refers to your wife as a head doctor. You sure seem to think you hold the key to a lot of things… Angela Stanton’s civil case, Kenya Moore’s popularity and storyline, too bad you don’t have the key to the cell you are headed two in a month or so.
Jamie: Why is she saying these things?
Apollo: Okay. Angela was dealing with a dude named Drama. I don’t know if y’all read her book. Some of the stuff is facts; a lot isn’t.
TT: You read her book?
Jamie: Is that DJ Drama?
Apollo: No, not DJ Drama. No, no, no. This is a kid who used to rap. Phaedra was basically his mentor or whatever, got him from one contract to another. But anyway, I meet Drama. He was still in the streets. Phaedra was trying to get him on the right path. I was in the streets. And at this point I was dealing with the cars and everything. I met Angela through Drama, not through Phaedra.
TT: So, dealing with cars? You had a car dealership then? That must have been nice. Oh, you mean involved in an illegal car ring about to go to prison? Oh. Nevermind. So Phaedra was hanging with you, but only trying to get the poor rapper boy on the right track?
She’s never been indicted with me; she’s never been indicted with Phaedra; she’s never been indicted for racketeering. At the end of the day, how are you claiming that you were indicted on a federal racketeering charge when that’s a lie? You’re saying that you dealt with Phaedra on checks the 2nd and 3rd; that’s a lie.
So she felt like “Oh, I don’t have any money, so let me call Phaedra,” because I knew her through Drama. “Let me call her to represent me.”
TT: How dare Angela claim she was indicted on federal racketeering charges? Wait did she even do that? She said she was involved in a racketeering scheme. She copped a plea just like you are doing now. She did not however become a rat like you did. So why is your back up again?
Jamie: So when was this?
Apollo: This has to be, like, between ’04 and ’06? Somewhere in there. It’s all in the indictment; you can read it. But working with Phaedra, working with me? Never, ever, ever. So the whole problem with Angela Stanton is this: Angela didn’t have any money. She tried to reach out to a lawyer; she thought that she could reach out to Phaedra.
From what I see on the documentation, every time you have a lawyer, they have to make a notice of entry. So I don’t see where Phaedra’s ever represented this girl.
But anyway, she had to do time. She does time. She comes home. I’m on the show. Phaedra’s on the show.
TT: Wait, so now you are saying there is an indictment we can read? I thought you said she wasn’t indicted? Boy neither you nor Phaedra seem to like the word indictment very much.
Jamie: And Angela sees this.
Apollo: Angela’s pissed. “You m*therf*ckers are stars now. What?” At that point, she just went ballistic. She’s calling up there. So this is a situation where me and Phaedra always talk. I said to her—back then, when this was happening, I want to say 2010—”Let’s sit down and talk to her.” “No.” Phaedra, that’s how she is and that’s probably part of where we are to this point in a lot of things because sometimes in life, if you have a mate, you have to compromise. My thing was, hey, I like to attack confrontation head-on.
TT: So you are a star now. She’s calling up where? You mean you? She’s ballistic that she did the time for you and Phaedra? Why would she be ballistic? You did your time, she did her time, and yet, she is ballistic? Whatever would cause that reaction? It’s like someone got off scot free but we know, because you keep telling us and Phaedra sued Angela that Phaedra had nothing to do with anything. So why is Angela mad? Why would Phaedra need to talk to her? Phaedra had nothing to do with anything.
Two life lessons from Apollo to think about it today. 1) If you have a mate, you have to compromise and sometimes that means confronting someone together. (2) Hey, attack a confrontation head on.