Now see…look what y’all did…you made sweet little Kandi Burruss cry because you guys won’t stop talking about her mama! Anyone who watches Real Housewives Of Atlanta knows good and well that Kandi doesn’t cross the line with her mother Miss Joyce and you also know that she is the very definition of respectful when it comes to dealing with her mother. So when people speak sideways about her mama…despite how bad she has been behaving, it understandably hurts Kandi. Let’s face it nobody wants their mama talked about…even those who can’t stand their mothers don’t want others to talk about her!

Take a look at Kandi’s touching moment below.

Kandi also had something to say about Wendy Williams and her perceived contributions to the issues with her Mother and Todd. See what she had to say about that below.

Man…Fantasia apparently feels a way too! It was pretty hilarious how quickly she chimed in right?

Well at any rate we wish Kandi all the happiness her heart can hold. We don’t want to see her cry anymore…there are too many ratchet’ chicks on reality TV who ought to be crying…Kandi boo boo isn’t one of them!


4 thoughts on “Kandi Burruss Breaks Down In Tears: “I Don’t Care What Y’all Say…That’s My Mama”

  1. RENO2AC on said:

    I understand because I have a Miss Joyce for a momma, but I will RESPECTFULLY put my momma in her place in a NY second. Kandi needs to try it!

  2. Anette Farnell on said:

    Bless Kandi’s heart she is defending her mom which is the good girl thing to do. On the other hand it appears that for some reason Mama Joyce does not trust Kandi to make good decisions, which is the eye opener for me. How old is Kandi? And I know no matter how old your daughter or son is your always want to protect them, but this is going a little too far. Kandi needs to protect her financial interest, but protecting one’s heart, if Todd is why they say he is, she has to learn that for herself.

  3. Raleigh Delesbore on said:

    I donot know who told all these sisters with fake hair, weaves, transplants, etc., that it look good. Sisters are naturallly beautiful, don’t do anything to take away from that.

    • I said it. on said:

      What does that have to do with the article? Are black women to believe that they don’t have the right, or luxury to follow hair trends, or any other trends? Being human gives everyone the right to do what they want.

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