Mama Joyce Rips On Todd Tucker In Premiere Of Kandi’s Wedding


Kandi Burruss’ Real Housewives of Atlanta spin-off, Kandi’s Wedding, premiered Sunday night on Bravo and Mama Joyce was in rare form. Joyce, who doesn’t want her daughter to marry Todd Tucker, blamed him for letting Burruss gain 30 pounds, accused his mom of being a prostitute, and his father of being a pimp, and hounded Kandi about her pre-nup so that Todd can not touch her fortune.

“To me, Todd do NOT have Kandi’s best interests at heart. Ain’t no way he would be letting Kandi gain weight the way she’s gaining weight,” Joyce said.

In another scene, Joyce asked Kandi, “What made you decide to rush the wedding so quick?”

“Because I wanted that date, 4/4/14,” Burruss replied.

“Did you do your prenup?” Joyce prodded.

Kandi later said in her interview, “I don’t need my mother babysitting me through getting a prenup. I can handle it.”

“Todd was raised by a pimp and a prostitute,” Joyce continued.

Kandi revealed that Todd’s father is deceased and asked, “Why are you assuming the worst?

Joyce told the cameras that she believes Todd and his mother see dollar signs in Kandi, saying, “Cha-ching-cha-ching-cha-ching-ching!”

Later, Joyce had lunch with her sisters, explaining her claims about Todd’s parents, saying, “Daddy was a pimp, mama was a hoe.”

“She was a working girl,” Joyce said. “All of us mothers do what we have to do to take care of our children, I hustled getting up at 2 o’clock in the morning, some people hustle being out on the street at 2 o’clock in the morning.”

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