Apollo Nida has started a new chapter of his life.
via: Page Six
Nida, 44, and Almufti, 42, told TMZ that they held an intimate ceremony with close family and friends at a church in the Atlanta area on Oct. 14, 2022.
Parks, 49, and the former couple’s two sons, Ayden, 12, and Dylan, 9, were aware of the wedding but did not attend, according to the outlet.
Nida shared photos on his entertainment company HD Promotions’ Instagram account from the bride and groom’s big day.
Almufti wore a one-shoulder white dress with a vertical slit up her left thigh and a smaller horizontal slit showing off her midriff. She glitzed up the look with jeweled open-toe stilettos and kept her hair half-up in loose curls.
Nida matched his new wife’s effortlessly chic look in a royal blue suit with black accents and a white button-down shirt underneath. He capped off the look with white sneakers.
At the time of their engagement, Nida was serving a prison sentence for conspiracy to commit mail, wire and bank fraud.
He completed his time behind bars and was moved to a halfway house in Philadelphia in June 2019, but just days later, he violated his parole and was taken back into custody.
Nida since has been released and briefly returned to “RHOA” last season as he slammed his ex-wife for leaving him “to die” amid his legal issues.
“Phaedra left me to basically rot. That’s how I look at it, because when it first happened, she wasn’t there. My sentencing, she wasn’t there. My self-surrendering, she wasn’t there,” he said during a conversation with Parks’ former co-star Shereé Whitfield.
A source told us at the time that Parks’ friends were “furious” over Nida’s allegations against his former spouse, who “paid every one of his legal bills” and was “an incredibly wonderful mother” to their boys during the legal woes.
The exes finalized their divorce in July 2017 after nearly eight years of marriage.