Considering how things ended on The Real Housewives of Atlanta
season nine reunion show, it's not hard to imagine Kandi Burruss taking legal action against co-star Phaedra Parks, who admitted to telling Porsha Williams that that Kandi Burruss and husband Todd Tucker had planned on drugging Williams and their mutual friend Shamea Morton one night in order to take advantage of them sexually. It's basically slander but will the singer-songwriter really go that far?
"Yeah, I have thought about it," the RHOA star said on V-103's Ryan Cameron Morning Show With Wanda Smith. "I have to talk to my attorneys and see how they feel I should handle the situation. They told me I should sue Porsha at first [but] when it came out at the reunion that Porsha got the information from Phaedra, I said let's hold up until they see the whole thing and I'll get their opinion on how I should handle it. Another thing, lawsuits are stressful. I'm already dealing with this lawsuit with Johnny."
Looking back, Burruss, who is no stranger to drama since joining RHOA in 2009, still couldn't believe Parks went that far just to destroy her.
"My eyes were tearing up while watching it, I just couldn't believe that she would go that far I knew we weren't cool anymore but for her to make something up and say it to the girls and say it on national TV like that -- like come on, I know we throw shade at each other, but this is a whole new low," she said. "You can't just do that. [...] OK, you wanna tear down my businesses, you're trying to come at me in a way where people won't respect me anymore. Clearly they was just trying to say whatever to take me down."
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