Cynthia Bailey’s husband Peter Thomas speaks out again about Phaedra Parks, Apollo Nida, Sheree Whitfield and more

Cynthia Bailey's husband Peter Thomas talks about his RHOA cast mates in a new interview

Cynthia Bailey’s much-maligned husband Peter Thomas was at the center of the drama in last week’s episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta after Phaedra Parks’ husband Apollo Nida confronted him about remarks Peter made about Phaedra Parks in an interview, including stating that she is “an idiot.”

It seems that the struggling restaurateur liked the spotlight because Peter Peter Attention Seeker was back at it again this week, dissing on just about every one of his cast mates in yet another sure-to-be incendiary interview with Uptown Magazine! In the interview Peter throws grammar out the window and pretty much everyone under the bus as he unleashes a barrage of no-holds-barred insights into what he thinks about his fellow Bravolebrities and some of the things that have happened on the show.

Here are some of the highlights:

On Sheree Whitfield:

“She talks about everybody f****ed up all the time, especially my wife. She said my wife is spineless. She said my wife has no backbone. She said my wife follows around NeNe like some little puppy.”

“She thinks she’s cute but I don’t think she’s cute. If she thinks she’s cute, then that’s on her.”

On NeNe Leakes:

“When I say NeNe is loud, it’s because NeNe got a big ass mouth but I love her. I love her to death. I love her. She’s cool as hell. She’s the realest as far as I’m concerned.”

On Kim Zolciak:

“When I say Kim is crazy as hell, it’s because her mouth is so reckless. All kinds of s**t come out of her mouth. I don’t think they have ever shot Kim without beeping, without beep beep beep beep beep beep beep beep, because she talks crazy. That’s how she talks.”

On why his Uptown Restaurant and Lounge failed:

“Uptown only failed for the fact that everything in America failed.”

“There wasn’t even no dancing in Atlanta during those months so people wasn’t coming out of their house.”

“We’re in the South. It is what it is. We’re in the South. This ain’t New York. This ain’t Connecticut. This ain’t Philly. This ain’t Boston. This ain’t D.C. We’re in Atlanta, Georgia. It is what it is. People down here they might think that everything is everything. I still remember that Martin Luther King, not too long ago, 1968, was assassinated. Most of those people, they are still around; they not dead. They’re still alive and they are still running s**t.”

On his new BarOne tapas restaurant:

“BarOne is a smaller venue. You don’t need 600 people like you did at UPTOWN to make it look right. BarOne, I put 80 people in here, 100 people in here. It’s a hundred percent right. The price point is lower. It’s more like a whiskey bar.”

Real Housewives of Atlanta's Phaedra Parks with husband Apollo Nida

On clashing with Phaedra Parks’ husband Apollo Nida:

“What people see is what it is. I don’t really know Apollo. Apollo felt like he was defending his wife [regarding] the Uptown article that I did . . . the article wasn’t about them. The article was about how I felt about what my wife said and what people were saying about, you know, UPTOWN Restaurant and Lounge and that she gave me money to do it and I wanted to set the record straight by saying yes she made a contribution but I didn’t take her wallet to do it.”

On why Cynthia’s daughter Noelle is on the show:

“Noelle is doing it because Noelle is a star just like her mama is a star, just like her daddy’s a star, just like her step-daddy’s a star.”

On the scene last season in which Cynthia’s mother and sister debated on whether or not to give Cynthia her marriage certificate on her wedding day because of their reservations about Peter:

“It made me a little bit more humble. It makes me a little more determined. I used that fuel to light my fire, to bounce right back, to open BarOne. I could crash and burn. I know everybody would like to see that but that’s not who I am. I’m a man’s man and I don’t have no problem repping that to the fullest.”

On his marriage to Cynthia and why people can’t stand it:

“This is not for the moment. So, when people were saying they didn’t think we would last a year, we were actually laughing at them because they didn’t put this together; God put this together. It didn’t come together because of materialistic things. It came together because of how we truly feel for each other. We’re in love with each other and a lot of people hate that because they might not have that in their life. But guess what? That’s their f***ing problem.”

One things for certain, Peter sure doesn’t seem to give a crap whether or not people like him! Or, as Dave Chappelle might say with a bit of sarcasm, Peter Thomas likes to keep it real. I guess I’m kind of glad Peter doesn’t care what I think because then I don’t feel as bad when I say he seems like kind of an ass. And I hope Apollo Nida is the kind of guy that does care about what people think, because I think I’m developing a serious man crush on that dude! (Which of course makes him and the incomparable Phaedra Parks my favorite couple in all of Bravolebridom! Well, except for maybe Andy Cohen and Giggy.)