Both Bravo and Kandi Burruss are done with Phaedra Parks after that "Real Housewives of Atlanta" finale blowout, and so is Porsha Williams ... at least for now.

In Porsha's first interview since the reunion exposed Phaedra's role in allegations Burruss and husband Todd said they wanted to drug Williams and take advantage of her, the reality star revealed the relationships are still very much fractured.

"You know my uncle passed a couple of weeks ago and she did text me and offer her condolences. That was it. Besides that I haven't talked to her," Williams told Dish Nation on Tuesday.

"This whole situation has been so hard for me, so difficult. I love Phaedra. She was like my best friend. Someone I talked to on the phone every single day," she continued. "So 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 just can't get past and I don't know if I ever will. Right now I just can't talk to her."

Williams was then asked whether she'd answer the phone if Parks were to call today.

"She has called. I can't talk to her on the phone right now. I don't know what else to say," she answered. "Of course I 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 through it. Right now it's still so new to me. I haven't even talked to the other girls."

While she and Phaedra are on the outs, Williams did apologize to Burruss for her actions. That being said, she's not looking to become besties again anytime soon.

"I apologized [to Kandi] because I just hated to even play a part in it at all. I'm not throwing everything on Phaedra. I talked about some things. I said some things. Kandi said some things. So I apologized," she explained. "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,'" she added. "So I'm not really looking for a friendship with her."

Burruss opened up about the fallout in a separate radio interview this week, where she revealed she was considering legal action against Parks.

"Uh yeah, I have thought about it," she told The Ryan Cameron Morning Show in Atlanta on Monday. "I have to talk to my attorneys and see. The damage has definitely been done. They told me I should sue Porsha at first. When it came out at the reunion that Porsha got the information from Phaedra, I was like, you know what, let's just hold up until you guys get to see the whole thing and I'll get their opinion on how they think I should handle it and go from there."

She also previously told TooFab things between her and the two women were "unrepairable."

"It's definitely unrepairable at this point. In the past, I felt like it was repairable, but every time I would try to reach out to try to get some type of positive growth, they would do something else," she explained. "It just got the point now where I'm like no, it's so not repairable, it's so broken at this point, I feel like we need to just stop talking about each other period. At this point, we're not going to be friends, so let's just stop."