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kandi burruss and todd tucker continue to argue over mama joyce

Kandi Burruss hasn’t had too many issues with her co-stars yet this season.  Most of her drama seems to be focused on husband Todd and her mother, Mama Joyce.  That said, Kandi took a little heat from Porsha Williams during this week’s episode because she didn’t chase after Phaedra Parks fast enough when she ran out of the group dinner.  Kandi addresses that and more in this week’s blog. 

Kandi shares that she’s keep a wary eye on NeNe Leakes and her suddenly attentive behavior toward Phaedra.  “Of course I’m skeptical. NeNe has been nice these last few months, but that does not make me forget the years of drama and insults that have come from her in the past. Yes, I get that people change, but it’s OK for me to proceed with caution as I would’ve thought Phaedra would. Well, hopefully things will continue to be great with them and NeNe can continue to be Phaedra’s rock.”

On what she was thinking when Phaedra and Kenya started in with the arguing at dinner. Kandi basically just wanted to eat her dinner and pretend they weren’t there.  She shared, “Honestly I was just over it. Every time we all get together there has to be some lame ass “tea” spilled, and I’m just tired of it. Seeing Phaedra jump up was shocking, but clearly she wasn’t really going to hit Kenya and Kenya definitely wasn’t going to do anything.”

Kandi isn’t very impressed with Porsha’s nonsense.  “What tripped me out was hearing Porsha and Phaedra make me out to be the enemy because I left the table two seconds later than they did. That just felt like they said, “Hey, we’re going to put Kandi in the middle of this drama in some way.” Well if Phaedra is really going to play into this whole “Kandi’s not my friend because she didn’t jump into my argument and run out the room faster than me,” then OK… So be it.” 

TELL US – DO YOU THINK PHAEDRA AND PORSHA EXAGGERATED HOW LONG IT TOOK FOR KANDI TO GET UP FROM THE TABLE? DO YOU TRUST NENE’S INTENTIONS?

 

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