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Does Kandi Burruss Pay Her Mother Joyce’s Bills?

Joyce

Kandi Burruss’ mother Joyce will join part 2 of The Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion. After being very critical of Kandi’s fiancé Todd Tucker, Mama Joyce will take a seat on the sofa as Andy asks her some tough viewer questions about meddling in her daughter’s relationship.

But in this shocking preview, the conversation turns to Joyce spending Kandi’s money…

When asked by Andy if she currently works, Joyce says, “Oh no. I don’t have to. Now, let me get ya straight. Mama still got bonds. Mama got a house that’s completely paid off and security, and money in the bank, thank you very much.”

Joyce continues, “And mama got every kind of diamond you can thank of. Amen.”

Andy tells Joyce that viewers believe that Joyce doesn’t like Todd because she is trying to protect money that her daughter gives her.

“No, no, no,” Joyce says of allegations, adding that Kandi has “never taken care of her.”

Kandi chimes in,” Now wait a minute, Mama. You gonna say I never contributed to your well being?”

“Lets go back to a couple of years ago, when you had credit cards in my name that I did not know about. That’s when I took my check book away you, and then we sat down, and I gave you extra money to subsidized you,” Kandi says, adding that Joyce was spending all the rest of the money on gambling and the Home Shopping Network.

Photo/Video Credit: Bravo

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