Kandi Burruss is tired of Real Housewives of Atlanta viewers pegging her as the Porsha Williams-obsessed villain in the latest season of the series.
In fact, she touched on her intentions behind the chatter during a recent interview and explained just why she chose to consult the other ladies before going to Porsha, herself, with the tea about her man.
As fans may recall, Kandi sat down with Porsha recently, where she explained her concerns over her fiancé, Dennis McKinley, tattooing women of his past all over his body.
"In most situations, if somebody tattoos a person's name on them or whatever, whatever you take it as in, this really means nothing," she told her pregnant cast mate. "But if you find out that person had been doing that a lot with different other people, it's like, 'Well, OK, maybe I shouldn't jump so quickly to think, OK, this is gonna be as serious as he's portraying it to be, because his skin ain't exclusive.'"
After Porsha failed to receive her criticism as constructive, Kandi further explained her comments on Bravo's Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen and touched on fans of the show slamming her for her involvement.
"With my friends, if I know something, I'm gonna let them know," she said. "I ran the information past some of the girls to see if I should even have that conversation with Porsha. I didn't mind having the conversation, myself. I feel like Porsha, she just didn't wanna know from me."
Watch the clip, below:
Are her comments justified?
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