Kandi Burrusshas finally decided to sue former “Real Housewives of Atlanta” cast mate Kim Zolciak. As some of you may recall Kandi assisted Kim in garnering a #1 dance single when she wrote and helped her record “Tardy For The Party.” Burruss did the song as a favor to Kim and was not paid fully or given credit for any royalties for the record.
Four years and three seasons later, we’re not sure what took Burruss so long, but Kandi has given up on believe Kim Zolciak would be a dear friend and pay up!
In her lawsuit against Kim, Kandi files copyright infringement as the reason for the filing. She believes Kim unlawfully licensed, distributed and sold the song. In fact, Kim garnered a spin-off reality show titled, “Don’t Be Tardy For The Wedding”, a countdown special to her wedding to NFL player Kroy Biermann back in 2010. And now, she will had gotten another reality show, “Don’t Be Tardy,” set to premiere next month, April 16th.
And you’re not going to guess who is representing Kandi? Another housewife, Ms. Phaedra Parks herself. Hilarious!
The recently engagedMs. Kandi Burruss is sporting a massive diamond engagement ring these days and we have the photos and all the ring details to prove it.
Kandi shared this above photo with Us magazine in an exclusive interview about her engagement and ring. She’s seen with fiance Todd Tucker as they pose in a loving embrace. The television producer popped the question, on New Year’s Day, with this two-carat white diamond ring and it was designed by jeweler Gregg Ruth.
So is it me or have braids made a major come back this year? And not just any braids but particularly the “poetic justice” braids as many have coined them. Everyone remembers Ms. Janet Jackson and her iconic braids in the 90′s movie, “Poetic Justice.” So why is this look coming back in 2012? _______READMORE
Kandi Burruss, seen above wearing a piece from her TAG Boutique, has one more reason to smile. She is getting her very own reality show!
The multi-platinum singer/songwriter has teamed up with Bravo Media to put together ‘The Kandi Factory’.
The show chronicles Burruss as she transforms music hopefuls into “the next big popstar.”
The inspiration for the show came about after Burruss turned fellow ‘Atlanta Housewife’ Kim Zolciak‘s single “Tardy for the Party” into an instant success, prompting many music hopefuls to seek her assistance. Kandi has now decided to take on the challenge, giving aspiring artists a shot at their dream.
Album dropping season is in full effect, singers turned reality stars Kandi Burruss and Ray J are both gearing up to do just that. Check out Kandi’s new single “Haven’t Loved Right” andRay J’s “Last Wish”.
The single will be featured on Kandi’s forthcoming album ‘Kandi Koated’ slated for a December 14th release.
Although no official release date has been set, the singer is currently working on fifth album ‘Raydiation 2′ said to be released in February 2011.
Former R&B group, Xscape, member Kandi Burress recently did an interview with Essence magazine to discuss the upcoming season of the ATL Housewives (where she is the newest cast member) and how all the gossip inspired the title of her upcoming album, “B.L.O.G.” (B*tches Love Online Gossip).
“I came up with the concept based on things that were going that were relevant to what’s going on in my life now including the show and what things have been written about me and my fiancée by bloggers,” she admits. “The whole album isn’t about the show but there are definitely songs inspired from the show like “Fly Above,” and “It Must Be Good.” “B.L.O.G.,” which is scheduled for a September release, will also feature “Superwoman,” a duet and anthem for single mothers with Burruss’s dear friend, former Xscape member and T.I.’s fiancée, Tameka “Tiny” Cottle. Other guest artists include Rick Ross, Gucci Man and Rashieda.
She also discloses, she was originally suppose to do BET’s the “Tiny & Toya” show.
“I was supposed to be on the ‘Tiny & Toya’ show along with our friend Joy, Lyfe Jennings’s ex-fiancée,” explains Burruss, an original member of the early 90s female quartet, Xscape. “For whatever reason, the producer and Joy had an uneasy disagreement during the first meeting that I was unable to attend and he simply decided to do the show with Tiny and Toya. I was disappointed because I was looking forward to getting into reality television, but the next week I was approached to join the cast of ‘The Real Housewives of Atlanta,’ so it all worked out.”