Kandi Burruss To Re-File Lawsuit Against Kim Zolciak

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Kandi Burruss took legal action against her former friend Kim Zolciak when she felt that Kim robbed her and her production team of royalties for the song ‘Don’t Be Tardy.’ The lawsuit between the two Bravo stars was resolved last week, and the judge ruled in favor of Kim based on a technicality. Kim took to Twitter to celebrate her victory, but Kandi is telling US Weekly, she plans to re-file the lawsuit!

“Kim really didn’t win. That was just one level of it,” Kandi explains. “Now it goes back to other levels of the court and it’s still going on.” Kandi admits she is continuing to pursue legal action because she must defend herself. “It’s just the principal of it at this point,” she shares. “It’s not about the money. I’m doing great otherwise.” Kandi says she has plenty of professional opportunities coming her way and that Kim calling the lawsuit a publicity stunt is “just silly.”

“I’ve got my daughter and my fiance and am working on new music and a Broadway show that I will star in! So it’s all good,” Kandi says.

Photo Credit: Bravo

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3 Replies to “Kandi Burruss To Re-File Lawsuit Against Kim Zolciak”

  1. I wish everyone could just get along! Unfortunately, Kim bated Kandi into going to the next legal level to resolve their of differences on the contract they entered with the song “Don’t Be Tardy for the Party”.

    Word to the wise – always iron out contracts at the beginning of your relationships.

    NeNe Leakes learnt the hard way, but on the second go-round to marriage, she demanded the man she loves sign a contract (pre-nup) to set terms of any future financial entanglement.

    Good luck to all three of these ladies.

  2. It is a shame that Kim took advantage of Kandi’s generous nature. Kim knows it is wrong to not be paying Kandi any royalties. How she can stand tall and not feel shame is beyond me.

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