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‘RHOA’ star Kandi Burruss took things too far with threats?

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“The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Kandi Burruss was super upset in the fight with Peter Thomas, Cynthia Bailey and Cynthia’s sister Malorie, because she felt that they got into her face without warrant. However, when Kandi flipped out, she said some things that she may have come to regret since the fight. According to a new Wetpaint Entertainment report published on Feb. 9, “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Kandi Burruss may have taken things too far with some threats on the show.

When the dust settled after the fight, she revealed that perhaps she may have overreacted. “I’m a short girl, so you cannot come up in my face doing all this finger wagging… and think that will be cool,” she tells the Bravo cameras after the fight. During the fight, she revealed that she was ready to fight. “B— I will f— you up,” Kandi screams at Peter, in between tears. “You put your hands on me, I will f—ing drag you in this b—.”

Of course, many of them are talking about Todd being an opportunist so Kandi is furious about those comments. She is standing by her man, even though she may have taken things too far in the fight.

What do you think?

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