Media Takeout (we know, we know) is positing "evidence" that Kenya stashed Velvet with her assistant Brandon DeShazer in order to drum up a juicy sympathy storyline for Real Housewives of Atlanta about Velvet getting mauled.
Last night was the pre-finale episode of Real Housewives of Atlanta. Which means we are almost to the epic reunion. You know you're salivating!
Porsha Stewart is all about spreading her wings and flying post-divorce, except she's not worried about a little thing called a j-o-b. Her priorities are recording a song instead of showing up to rehearsal for the part she was hired to play in Kandi Burruss' musical. Yep, ol Poryonce (per Don Juan) is skipping play practice to go warble some songs she probably bought from Kandi (and pretended to write!) in the recording studio. Look Porsha isn't the worst singer, but she's certainly no Mariah and she should be honing her skills with seasoned veterans on Kandi's stage – instead she's violating her contract, insulting her employer, and making a mockery of a paying job. She'll probably still want top billing too!
Kandi andTodd Tucker tied the knot on Friday in Atlanta and Todd had to leave town nearly immediately to start a new job. Kandi shared the details, "Good afternoon! I woke up feeling blessed & highly favored this morning & I hope you did too! I just wanted to say thank you for all of your well wishes prayers for @todd167 & I. I know people are asking why am I on Instagram when I should be on my honeymoon."
Someone must've gagged Mama Joyce and locked her in a closet for a few hours because Kandi and Todd tied the knot today – without interruption!
Kandi confirmed the happy wedding news to In Touch. Mrs. Tucker gushed after saying "I Do", "This is one of the best days of my life! I never imagined that I would marry my best friend. Todd’s been that to me. And to have just had the wedding of my dreams, it’s all been so beautiful. Now it’s time to party!"
Anyway, unsurprisingly Mariah explains that dealing with the likes of Krayonce could push anyone's buttons and that reality TV encourages outbursts.
"I always said what I wouldn’t do and then when I got on TV, things changed. It’s tough," the Married To Medicine star said on The Purple Girl radio show. "They hit you in a place that you didn’t know existed when those cameras come on."