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Real Housewives Of Atlanta

Kandi Burruss Breaks Down About Her Ex

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Kandi Burruss opens up about the situation with Riley’s father, Block.

Bravotv.com: What went through your mind when Kris Kelli showed up at the Kandi Factory?
Kandi Burruss: I was wondering what the hell was she doing there. I haven’t seen her in some years, so it was odd for her to just stop by. We’ve only met a few times. I have nothing bad to say about her, but I didn’t know what her intentions were. For the last few years Block and I haven’t really talked that much at all.

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So for his artist to just pop up out of the blue was strange to say the least. I didn’t even know they were an official couple. When I met her, I knew her as his artist. So it was really weird to me that she was trying to show so much concern for his relationship with Riley… She was really nice about it. So I was trying to be nice even though I didn’t feel Block and Riley’s relationship was a conversation I should’ve been having with her.

Bravotv.com: Why did you break down while talking to Sheree about Riley and her dad?
KB: It’s an emotional subject for me. My daughter is special to me. I never wanted her not to have a real father figure, but Block for whatever reason has never really stepped up to be the father Riley deserves. He’s always been very flaky. He’ll call and say he’s going to do better and then you don’t hear from him for months at a time. Riley used to be sad about it, but now she’s just over it. I honestly never wanted this to be seen on the show. I hate the whole baby daddy/baby mama drama, but here he comes out of nowhere with this bullsh–… It tripped me out to hear Kris Kelli say to Lena and RL that we’ve been blocking Block out. I was like, “What???!!!” He’s clearly been giving her some bogus story.

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  • Avery Robinson

    I wrote a bible study called Biblical Baby Mama Drama. I think it would be a great help to those having this struggle.
    https://www.amazon.com/Biblical-Baby-Mama-Drama-Contemporary-ebook/dp/B01MPZ9DPN

  • mvbo

    Ladies, why do you select trifling men with whom to procreate – especially those to whom you are not married? Before you share DNA wit’ peeps you need to make sho that they are worthy of your time by you makin’ sho’ they payin’ their own bills wit’ their own cash; at their own spot (and not livin’ wit’ they mama); and that they don’t have a bunch of baby mamas all ’round town; and that they honor and cherish you only; and will make an honest woman of you by marriage. Kandi’s triflin’ ass was just layin’ up and got sprung on the pimp juice. So she got what she got. Howeva, I’m pissed wit’ her because she never held that deadbeat bastard, Russell Spencer, accountable financially to Riley – at the least. I’m wit’ Mama Joyce (Lawd help me) 100 on this one. Also, why doesn’t Riley share her father’s last name? A child is illegitimate until the father claims his child. C’mon Kandi. Get it togetha sista. Put that punk-ass fool on child support. It doesn’t matter how many millions of green you possess. Courts could care less because EVERY child deserves to be financially supported by both parents.

  • Jay Primavera

    Kandi please don’t give this guy 1 second of your time.When Riley is older and wants to see him that’s up to her.Let go you have a nice life no drama let it go mom.

  • Deborah

    Kandi don’t worry you did a good job raising Riley, her dad is just being an asshole, he has been in such a disconnect from her he might not know what to do, she is at a age and she will let you know when ready for him to be in her life, girl don’t sweat it give it to God.

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  • filya2

    Hey, love your song Superwoman, and feel every lyric in every verse. Maybe it’s like Sheree said, some men don’t know how to be fathers and it’s really not their fault. But yes, to put an effort forth would go a long way. Like Deborah said,…