What Happened To Kim Zolciak & Kandi Burruss’ Friendship?

Viewers of The Real Housewives of Atlanta are curious as to what happened with Kim Zolciak and Kandi Burruss’ friendship. Wetpaint Entertainment is exclusively reporting what was the final straw in their friendship. You might remember in the first episode of Season 5, Kandi said on camera that she and her beau, Todd, already had a baby name picked out for their future family, Kash.

According to Wetpaint’s insider, all of Kandi’s friends, including Kim, knew that was the name she and Todd planned to use. Two months later, Kim gives birth to baby number two with her husband Kroy, Kash Kade.

“Let’s put it this way,” the insider tells Wetpaint, “Kim naming her child Kash was not something Kandi had been expecting. When she found out … it caused problems.”

Kim has stated that the inspiration for her son’s name came from Jessica Alba’s husband, Cash, but Kandi isn’t buying her story.

The insider adds, “If she had plans all along to name the baby Kash, Kandi knew nothing about it. Things are strained between them now, no doubt. I don’t think they’ve spoken in a few months.”

Kim confirmed this information on her Sunday appearance on Watch What Happens Live. She said she hasn’t spoken to ANY of her RHOA cast mates in a very long time. Kim goes on to mention the friction with Kandi about the name Kash, and also the Tardy For The Party rights that caused tension between the two. Watch below!

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