Xscape Tour: Kandi Burruss On Bandmates 'It's Always Them Three Against Me'

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Kandi Burruss has spoken out amid speculation that Xscape is moving on without her. It looks like Burruss, who also stars in Bravo’s The Real Housewives of Atlanta, is the one moving on without her bandmates.

Kandi Burruss Still Feels Left Out

PEOPLE magazine caught up with Burruss Thursday. She opened up about the obvious drama between her bandmates as their issues are displayed on the network’s newest reality series, Xscape Still Kickin It.

Burruss admitted to the publication that when she agreed to do a couple of concerts with Xscape, who she had a huge falling out with back in the 90s, she had no intentions of fully reuniting with the other three members: Tameka “Tiny” Harris, Tamika Scott, and Latocha Scott.

It looks like the drama is still going strong because Burruss said she still feels like the odd woman out after all this time.

“It’s always drama,” said Burruss. “We all think differently when it comes to handling business, or at least, the three of them think differently than me. It’s always them three against me, and I feel like I’m always made to be the villain. It’s really irritating and stressful.”

Burruss said she is still in the group because of the fans who support them. They have sold out major arenas since announcing their comeback earlier this year. Interestingly enough, Burruss and Harris seemed to be really good friends on and off camera. It will be interesting to see how the reunion and the show impacts that, if at all.

A Breakdown Of The Drama

Burruss recapped that the group decided to bury their drama when they found out a network was doing an unauthorized biopic on their story. She said the ladies decided to come together to tell their story themselves instead of letting someone else profit off their legacy.

But first, Burruss wanted an apology from Tamika who once said the group broke up because Burruss was sleeping with the record label executive Jermaine Dupri and his father, Michael Mauldin. All four ladies went to a radio show that featured a public apology from Tamika to Burruss. The show host announced that the ladies were back together and while Burruss denied this, they are slated to go on tour and star in their own reality show in which all four of them are the executive producers.

Xscape Still Kickin It airs Sundays on Bravo at 9/8c. Be sure to keep up with Enstars for the latest.

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