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Mama Joyce fights with Todd Tucker’s mom on ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’

Kandi Burruss
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Mama Joyce has not tried to hide how she feels about Todd Tucker, and her issues extend to his mother. Wetpaint reports on Friday that the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star has been targeting Sharon and has called her an inappropriate name. Kandi Burruss’ mother believes that Tucker is the result of bad parenting and is only after her daughter’s money.

Mama Joyce has allegedly insulted Todd Tucker’s mom by calling her a prostitute and has refused to apologize. Although they attempted to smile in the wedding photos, there were problems among the family members. Burruss has stated that her mother angered Sharon, but the strong-willed Mama Joyce has no intention of changing her mind about the Tucker family and still thinks they are not the best choice for her daughter.

Joyce has accused Tucker of going after he daughter because she has money, but the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” reunion revealed that Burruss has actually been providing money to her mother. She also mentioned Mama Joyce’s gambling issues and other problems that have continued to cause tension between them. The housewife has noted that her mother seems to enjoy starting drama on the show because she finds faults and targets people on a consistent basis.

Rumors about Burruss’ potential pregnancy have been circulating online for several months with no confirmation from her representatives or family. Some fans believe that the battle between the housewife and her mother could end once a child is involved, but there is no guarantee that Mama Joyce would stop criticizing her husband. In addition, it is possible she could become more involved because of anxiety about a baby. Tucker claims he wants a better relationship with his mother-in-law, and Burruss would also prefer for the fighting to stop. However, no one can control Mama Joyce or change her opinions with ease.

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