“The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Kandi Burruss has filed a lawsuit against Kim Zolciak after three years for the lack of money over the “Don’t Be Tardy” song that Kandi made popular. Kim has stated that Kandi received $3,000 upfront to produce the song, and since no contract was in place for Kandi to receive more profit from the song, Kim kept every penny to herself. Legally, she doesn’t owe Kandi anything, but morally, she should have stuck to the verbal agreement she made with Kandi over splitting the money equally. According to a new Wetpaint Entertainment report released on March 15, “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Kandi Burruss may have mocked Kim’s daughter Brielle in her rant about the lawsuit and lack of money.
“The original version of that song was a joke. Not what people bought. The only thing that's the same is the title,” Kandi tweeted as the lawsuit drama was made public. Of course, the original version was a country song, which was played by Kim’s youngest daughter Ariana on guitar with her teacher. But one thing is coming to light now; Brielle actually wrote the wrong and is now feeling hurt by Kandi’s comments that the song was a joke. “Appreciate you making fun of me for the song I wrote when I was 9 years old... obviously there was something you liked about [it],” Brielle fired back.
Do you think Kandi meant to hurt Brielle’s feelings? Or do you think she is all business?