Kandi Burruss & Todd Tucker Responsible For Porsha Stewart & Kordell Stewart Divorce? 'The Real Housewives of Atlanta' Star Says In Blog (VIDEO)
on Nov 07, 2013 01:40 PM EST
Kandi Burruss' fiance Todd Tucker thinks they are responsible for Kordell Stewart filing for divorce from their co-star Porsha Stewart.
Burruss shared the concern in her latest Bravo blog when she commented on Porsha's divorce story, which was discussed during the season 6 premiere of The Real Housewives of Atlanta.
"He feels like it's our fault that Porsha and Kordell are getting divorced. He says that when she got around 'The Get Fresh Crew,' as he called us, Porsha started acting in a way that Kordell was not happy with and that is the reason why he filed for divorce," she wrote. "What do y'all think? Do you feel like we influenced Porsha in a negative way? I hope not. I hate to see Porsha and Kordell going through this, and I hate that it seems to be getting ugly."
During the season premiere episode which aired on Sunday, Porsha cried to her family, saying, "He had no factual reason everyone, no exact reason to divorce me."
"Well I can't worry about someone else's relationship right now. I have to focus on my own," Burruss added. "Unfortunately I'm once again in a relationship that my mom doesn't approve of, which adds so much stress to my life right now. I'm praying that things will change."
Tucker refused to sign a prenuptial agreement and was accused of cheating after he was seen being flirty with her BFF. During dinner, her mother Mama Joyce asked Tucker if he is willing to sign a prenuptial agreement. He shocked Burruss and her mother when he replied, "I'm not gonna sign anything!"
"I think he's an opportunist," her mother told Burruss' co-star Phaedra Parks, a famed attorney who also represents her.
The second episode of The Real Housewives of Atlanta season 6 will premiere at 8 p.m. EST on Bravo.
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