But “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” mother-antagonist has an ideal man type for her daughter, instead.
“I would like a real man, a man that just looks at her and thinks that she’s the prize, the way I look at her,” Mama Joyce told Sister 2 Sister.
The profession of the man wouldn’t matter along as he’s hard working since she believes Tucker is a cheating opportunist.
“He could be a postman. He could be a policeman. He could be a fireman … as long as when she marries him, he don’t quit his job,” said Joyce who would like Todd more if he had full-time employment, complete with health insurance.”
“If he was working a full job, if he was a full production person that has full benefits and all that, I’d be happy,” said Joyce who obviously also wants Kandi with a man who’ll be faithful.
She’s claiming having seen Tucker with someone from another show of which he worked, “The Sisterhood.”
“I thought it was unusual for a woman to come visit there and talk to him,” she said.
She accused Tucker of getting too close with Burruss’ best friend, Carmen — saying the two had been creeping.
“Him and Carmen were sitting at a table, all head to head talking. I’m trying to figure out what they got to talk so much about that they got to be head to head,” she said. “They were eating off the same plate, drinking out the same glass.”
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“If you can get those kinds of pictures, I’d pay for that,” Mama Joyce remembers telling the eye witnesses who told her about their alleged behavior. “I’d pay for that. Kandi would not believe it unless she saw the pictures.”
No photos, only evidence of Mama Joyce threatening to hurt Carmen on a horrid voicemail Burruss listened to.
“I stand by what I said,” Mama Joyce said in reference to her suspicions about Todd. “I’ve never lied about anything.”
Nevertheless, Mama Joyce has apologized for her behavior on the show.
“I was so angry about [the rumors] and then for her to disrespect me, I forgot about the fact that I was on TV. I apologized to fans or anybody that thought of me as a mom or as an adult, I apologize for that,” she said. “That was not me. I was so full and fed up. I did not have control of me. I do apologize for that. That’s not my normal character, but what I would say is that I love my daughter. There’s nothing I won’t do for my daughter.”