Gizelle Bryant is back with her ex-husband and sending some shade towards his alleged ex Phaedra Parks. Yep the “Real Housewife of Potomac” beauty is back with her cheating ex-husband, Pastor Jamal Bryant and opened up about some of his romances while they were apart.
In case you were unaware, there was a salacious “Real Housewives of Atlanta” rumor that Phaedra Parks was cheating on her (now ex) husband Apollo Nida with a man named Mr. Chocolate. It was later alleged that Mr. Chocolate was none other than Jamal Bryant. Let that marinate for a moment.
Gizelle was a guest on “Watch What Happens Live” Sunday and told Andy Cohen that Jamal STILL denies ever dating Phaedra despite the RHOA star telling a different story.
“I thought it was funny, he denied it,” said Gizelle. “She said yes, he says no. She says yes [they dated] to her friends. I care nothing about Phaedra, she’s not important.”
Gizelle and Jamal divorced back in 2011 because he cheated during their marriage. Besides Parks, during their split, he was also in a two year relationship with R&B singer Tweet.
During the RHOP reunion, Gizelle told Andy Cohen that she has forgiven Bryant and she’s happy to have their family back together.
“I am enjoying the pursuit and I am open,” said Gizelle “There’s nobody who knows me like that man.”
“I look back and I just feel like, nobody is what their mistakes are, I feel like he’s a different person, I’m a different person. So we’re baby-stepping, but we’re moving in a direction that we want to move into. And I do love when we’re all together as a family.”
Well if she likes we love it. No word on if she’s moving to Atlanta now that the two are back on. In November 2018 Bryant took over the late Eddie Long’s church, New Birth Missionary Baptist Church in DeKalb County, GA and now resides there.
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