Porsha Williams is breaking her silence.
On Tuesday's Dish Nation
, the 35-year-old reality star opened up about her big blowout with Phaedra Parks for the first time since the Real Housewives of Atlanta
reunion, and revealed whether the pair have spoken since the show.
Williams revealed in part three of the reunion that Parks was the one who originally claimed that Kandi Burruss once tried to drug Williams before sex, which Burruss has continuously denied. Part four of the special saw an explosive fight between Burruss and Parks, while Williams broke down in tears over the situation, exclaiming that she felt like a "pawn" in Parks' game.
On Tuesday, Williams shared that she and Parks have not spoken since.
“You know, my uncle passed a couple of weeks ago and [Parks] did text me and offer her condolences,” Williams said. “Besides that, I haven’t talked to her.”
“[Parks] was like my best friend. Someone I talked to on the phone every single day,” Williams continued. “And for me to feel like she had betrayed me like that, and the fact that I was sitting right there and watched her continue to lie on me about it, that’s the part I can’t get past and I don’t know if I ever will. Right now, I just can’t talk to her.”
The former "Frick" to Parks' "Frack" said that she'll always have a "soft spot for Phaedra, [but] it’s where you don’t want to be manipulated anymore. I just don’t want to hear anymore of it right now.”
“I may get to the point where I’m strong enough to where I can talk to her and maybe we can work it out," she added. "Right now it’s still so new to me. I haven’t even talked to the other girls.”
Williams has, however, spoken to Burruss to apologize for the situation.
“I apologized because I just hated to even play a part in it at all,” Williams confessed. “I’m not throwing everything on Phaedra. I talked about some things. I said some things. Kandi said some things. So I apologized. Am I looking for a friendship? No, not at all.”
“Some people you want to be friends with them again. Some people you’re just like, 'I’m going to let that stay where it’s at.' So I’m not really looking for a friendship with her," she revealed.
ET caught up
with Parks -- who will not be returning to RHOA
, according to ET's source -- last October, before she had filmed the reunion show.
"Frick and Frack is back, politically and probably... twerky. I love Porsha," she said. "Our relationship is such a fun relationship, because she's happy in her own skin. She makes me feel so young and vibrant, and we just have a good time playing off each other. You know, she doesn't take herself seriously. She lets me see the lighter side of myself. We have a good time together. I love that girl."
See more from ET's interview with Parks in the video below.