Kenya Moore may have received a little flack for her decision to tell Shereé Whitfield and several of the other The Real Housewives of Atlanta ladies about Tammy McCall Browning’s negative comments about Shereé's marriage to Bob Whitfield. But Kandi Burruss is continuing to praise her controversial castmate for speaking out about McCall Browning's messy statements!
Moore told Whitfield about McCall Browning’s comments about herself and her ex-husband during the girls’ group trip in Miami, Florida. And Shereé ended up calling out McCall Browning about the claims while the girls enjoyed a dinner after arriving at their massive Miami mansion.
Kim Fields slightly dissed Moore over her decision to relay what McCall Browning said, questioning if sometimes the group instigated situations instead of just simply telling information.
In her latest Bravo blog, Burruss revealed that she definitely appreciated Field’s wise words.
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“I loved what Kim had to say. We always bring back information in this group, but I guess it's all in how the information is brought that can make it more of instigation,” she said.
However, when it came to what McCall Browning said about Shereé, Burruss said she felt it needed to be addressed.
“Now as to what Tammy said about Shereé, there was no positive way to bring that back,” she explained. “So just because Kenya repeated it, everyone wants to say it's instigation. At the end of the day, if you have the nerve to say stuff like that in front of a camera when you know the world is going to see it, then it's open for discussion.” Do you agree with Kandi’s thoughts on Kenya telling the group what Tammy said about Shereé? Tweet us @OKMagazine or let us know in the comments section below.