“Real Housewives of Atlanta” husband Apollo Nida is reportedly working to complete a new tell-all book by Sept. 10, when he’s due in prison.
According to TMZ, the book will be about his reality TV life, his rough childhood and his life of crime. On Sept 10, Phaedra Parks’ hubby is scheduled to report to a Kentucky prison to serve his 8-year sentence for money fraud.
Earlier this year, Apollo told S2S Publisher Jamie Foster Brown, a few details about his childhood.
“I grew up without a mother and father,” he said. “My mom OD’d on heroin, actually in front of me when I was about 7. I never knew my dad.”
Without parental supervision, Apollo said the streets raised him until he was about 10 years old.
“I went from foster home to this person to that person. I got some structure probably around 10 when I moved to my great-aunt’s in the [Atlanta] suburbs and started going to school regularly,” he said.
Though he lost his way, not long after his sentencing, Apollo said he’s ready to turn his life around.
“I wanna stay prayed up, stay spiritual, and I kinda drifted away from that and became just a product of my environment,” he told STFU radio in July. “I’m supposed to go in there, recreate myself the way that I did the first time, but this time don’t lose myself.”