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Kandi Burruss is making moves to protect her reputation as she wraps up a legal battle against a former employee.

The Real Housewives of Atlanta star has filed a motion to seal the settlement of her court case against Johnnie Winston, The Jasmine Brand reports.

Kandi and Johnnie recently reached an agreement in the case, but it still needs to be approved. According to court documents, Kandi would like to keep the details of the settlement private to avoid public scrutiny and any potential further damage to her brand.

The Bravo reality star claims that bad press that got out about her during proceedings harmed her business because, as the motion states, Johnnie made her look like the “Boss from Hell” throughout the case.

“Ms. Burruss-Tucker’s business and professional reputation should not suffer here simply based on Burruss-Tucker’s celebrity status,” the filing states, “because the Parties’ have found that settling the matter will be less of a nuisance and drain on personal, and the Court’s resources, than continued litigation.”

There’s no word yet on whether a judge will approve her motion.





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4 thoughts on “Kandi Burruss: Ex-Employee Makes Me Look Like The Boss From Hell

  1. It sounds as if Kandi wants the new GM to deal with the OLG because she’s unable to speak up for herself. That shouldn’t be a part of the job description….get a backbone Kandi.

  2. GeminiMinded on said:

    I agree with Loretta’s comment. Kandi said something on last night’s episode to the effect of “if the older people in her family have a complaint about how business is being handled, she will do what is necessary to have their complaints resolved.” I think she may be treading on potentially thin ice regarding this approach. I think it is possible to gain insight and wisdom from elders in the family without requiring you to always give them their way. Honoring one’s elders does not mean caving in to their every demand or whim. There needs to be balance. It would be incredibly difficult for me (and I imagine others) to work for someone with this approach/mindset.

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