'XScape Still Kickin It:' Kandi Burruss Reveals The Group Is Making New Music Without Her

We’ve all seen the drama between Kandi Burruss and her fellow members of 90s girl group Xscape unfold on their new Bravo reality show Xscape Still Kickin’ It. However, now that the second episode has aired, Burruss revealed the group has moved on without her — again.

Burruss, who also stars in The Real Housewives of Atlanta, opened up about the future of Xscape when she and the ladies stopped by Watch What Happens Live Sunday night. She was pretty candid about why her voice won’t be heard on the new music the women are slated to release soon.

Host Andy Cohen asked fans clearly wanted to know – when are they going to come out with new hits?

Burruss didn’t waste any time in setting the record straight that the other three women, Tameka Harris (AKA Tiny), Tamika Scott and LaTocha Scott, are working on new material without her.

Things got even more strange when Cohen asked if the three women would be going by XScape and Burruss didn’t know the answer.

“There are plans for new music. We’ve already started recording,” LaTocha broke her silence and confirmed. “We are Xscape,” Harris made it clear.

Cohen went on to ask Burruss why she wasn’t a part of the new music. Tamika then urged Burruss to “tell the truth.”

Burruss revealed that she has lots of other things going on in her solo career.

“I’m going to do Broadway and some other things and they’re going to be working on music,” said Burruss. “

Still, she also hinted that all is still well between the ladies. She said they are working out their issues as they go along and as disagreements arise.

On the first episode of Xscape Still Kickin It, which aired on Nov. 5, fans learned the reason the group broke up and what brought them back together. It turns out the ladies had a huge falling out after LaTocha attempted to go solo. Burruss also dropped out of the group and the ladies tried to pursue a successful career without her. It’s safe to say it wasn’t a success. Still, Harris and Burruss went on to write for major artists such as Destiny’s Child and most recently Ed Sheeran. What got them back together was Burruss' request for Tamika to apologize publicly for claiming the group broke up because Burruss was sleeping with their record label executive, Jermaine Dupri back in the day.

Xscape Still Kickin’ It airs Sundays on Bravo at 9/8c. Be sure to keep up with Enstars for the latest on your favorite celebrities and reality stars.

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