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If you’ve been keeping up with this season of Bravo’s “Real Housewives of Atlanta,” then you know that Kandi Burruss has been at odds with her mother over her relationship with fiance Todd Tucker.

Well, the Grammy Award-winning artist has taken her frustrations to song, letting the world know how she really feels about the situaten in a new track called “Let Them Love.”


In the powerful ballad, she sings: “You sitting here lonely…let a person love, who they love, cause you don’t you don’t have to be by their side when they wake up. Let a person love, who they love, why would you want to be the cause of someone’s break-up. Just let them love.”

The record, which was written and co-produced by Kandi, is currently available for pre-order on iTunes. The full download will be available at all online retailers on January 21, 2014.

Listen to the minute-and-a-half snippet below and tell us your thoughts in the comment section. Do you think she’s talking about Mama Joyce?

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2 thoughts on “Did Kandi Write A Diss Song About Mama Joyce?

  1. Camella Jenkins on said:

    Just tell her instead of making a song about it. That’s the same as writing her mother a letter. Cowardly way to tell her mother to stay out of her love life, mind her own business. Kandi is a hot mess, always crying, she can give it but can take it! This show gets worse as time goes on, they’re all gossiping, jealous, trouble making immature women, and NeNe is the king pen. I can’t stand to look at her, she’s huge, have dinosaur teeth/veneers/implants, and a wanna be movie star. The men are just in it for the ride/money paid to them (pimpN).

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