ST LOUIS (LALATE) – Kandi Burruss, Todd Tucker neighborhood drew insults from Kim Zolciak and Sweetie last week. While fans are asking if Kandi Burruss and Todd Tucker are still together, the other issue remains whether either are letting Kim Zolciak back into their home.
Kandi Burruss was insulted by Sweetie and Kim Zolciak’s comments about his house last week on RHOA. Thereafter, Kandi, NeNe Leakes and Phaedra Parks all took to BravoTV.com to call Zolciak’s comments highly offensive. The Zolciak remarks were made by the “reality” tv star at a time in which she falsely said she “bought” her “dream house”. Kim has since defended her comments by telling news “they are several movies and songs that describe and portray the harshness of that area.” Kim says “Sweetie told me it wasn’t safe at all (however I still went to support Kandi)”.
Phaedra Parks did not let that insult fly. She called Kim’s remarks “highly offensive”. “I was troubled by Kim’s criticism of Kandi’s prestigious neighborhood and gorgeous home and equally if not more disturbed by Kenya’s harsh comments to the young aspiring models. While I hope that none of the comments were meant to be as hurtful as they sounded, I found them highly offensive. “
NeNe Leakes took to Twitter and said her own shocking allegations about Kim, allegations that she has been saying season to season. Kandi found Kim’s remarks outrageous as well.
Kandi said “Well now that I got them out of the way, let me get to myself and Kim, because I got a million tweets about this tonight. When Kim came by the house with Sweetie, I was offended by some of the things she and Sweetie said.” Kandi told news that was furious at the remarks. “Kim said Sweetie told her she needed to lock her doors when she got off of my exit, because I lived in the hood. I was very irritated by that, because I was thinking, “Where the f— do you live, Sweetie?” “
Kandi says she has strong opinions about Kim, opinions that Kim disputes. “Sweetie explained that she grew up on the north side of town, and she said that she heard my side of town was dangerous. In my opinion, the stuff that Sweetie says to Kim adds to the whole racist theory people have about Kim. If Kim has a black friend that feeds her b–t that certain areas of town are “hood” or “ghetto,” then that’s what she’s going to run with.”
But Kandi was most insulted by one comment. “Oh I can’t forget this one! At one point I found myself defending my side of town and said, “There are a lot of wealthy people that live in this area,” and Sweetie said, “Like drug dealers.” I wasn’t feeling it at all. “
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