“The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Kandi Burruss may have wanted to go to the strip club with her lady friends on last week's episode of the show, but when Porsha Stewart revealed that she would not be going to the strip club because of her husband Kordell, many of the women decided to judge her marriage. NeNe Leakes took particular offense because she used to work at a strip club long before she became a reality star. But now, it appears that Kandi is realizing that she may have judged Porsha too fast, and too quickly. According to a new Bravo blog released on March 11, “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Kandi Burruss is apologizing for her jumping the gun and she is eager to sort out what she meant to say on the show.
“Sometimes I look back at an episode and disagree with my own self about things I may have said. This episode is one of them. I felt bad as I looked back at how we were questioning Porsha about her marriage. So let me say, Porsha, I apologize. My mom always says you’re not supposed to speak about other people’s marriage unless they ask you to. Porsha did not ask me for advice, nor should she. I am not married YET, therefore I can’t say what Porsha should or should not do. I respect the fact she stood her ground,” she wrote in her blog as a way of apologizing to Porsha. And Kandi does admit that she may have been too fast to judge because their situations are very different.
“My situation is totally different than Porsha’s. I meant what I said about how I can’t relate to her situation, because it’s true that if you have to financially depend on your mate, then a lot of times that gives them more control. BUT that is not always a bad thing. These days divorce is at an all-time high, and I have to wonder if it’s because we as women are more independent and therefore less likely to put up with B.S. and not as willing to work through the hard times like the women from back in the day, who were more dependent on their husbands,” Kandi questions. It sounds like an apology, hidden in speculation that women are changing in their marriages.
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