"No offense, but it's not like I have a lack of great followers," Kandi tells Andy Cohen on "Watch What Happens Live."
Kandi Burruss is as sassy and unbothered as they come, especially when it comes to a castmate unfollowing her on Instagram.
It was recently revealed that NeNe Leakes unfollowed all of her "Real Housewives of Atlanta" co-stars -- except for Shamari DeVoe -- following what Andy Cohen described as a brutal reunion taping, and Kandi's completely indifferent about it. Or is she?
"We don't care!" she told Andy on Sunday's "Watch What Happens Live." "We don't care. It's not like -- no offense, but it's not like I have a lack of great followers. Like, I love all the people who do follow me. I appreciate you. I got love for you. And for the one who decided to unfollow, I don't care."
Watch the video below to see how she delivered that message.
A caller then asked Kandi if she and husband Todd Tucker had decided to move forward with the surrogate they met with on Season 11 of the Bravo series.
"Um, well, I don't wanna tell too much, but we have moved forward," she said slowly and with a smile. "And God willing, everything..." her words trailed off as Andy jumped in to add, "That's great. We're gonna all keep hopeful."
Later on in the evening, Kandi spilled all kinds of tea about her time on "Celebrity Big Brother."
She said she knew she and Tamar Braxton had had a "rocky past" and that she went into the house "hoping for the best." Kandi said they were "good now" and even wished Tamar a happy birthday.
Regarding Dina Lohan, Kandi said the two are just shy of being besties. "I love Dina! Like, that's my new girl, my new homegirl," she said. "We've been talking since we left the house."
Kandi also hit it off with Anthony Scaramucci. "I got along great with The Mooch!" she said. "I love him."
At one point, Andy looked over at Kandi's phone and said, "I love that Ryan Lochte is blowing up your text messages right now."
"He's not blowing me up!" she said with a big smile. "We are friends, and he was just hitting me up. We were replying to each other. It's not a blow-up."
"Lemme say this," she continued. "I had time to spend with him in the 'Big Brother' house, and I actually felt like he was a really cool guy, and he was very remorseful for what he had done. Like, he was in tears when he shared the story with us. And it wasn't like he knew that you guys were gonna see everything we said, because there were a lot of things you guys didn't get to see, but he was extremely remorseful about what he's done."
Kandi was referring to the 2016 debacle known as Lochtegate, a scandal involving the Olympic swimmer and three other United States swim team members who vandalized a gas station in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, then lied to police about being robbed at gunpoint. Ryan eventually apologized for falsely reporting a crime and for overshadowing the ongoing Olympic games.
Shamari Shades Eva Marcille's Wedding
"Now that you've attended the wedding, do you really think it was worth $1,000 a person?" Andy asked his guests.
"No," Shamari blurted out. Kandi tried to defend Eva by saying, "It was a lifetime of memories!" but Shamari fired back, "It wasn't worth $1,000 a person, Kandi."
Andy asked the ladies about their thoughts on Eva's massive tiara. "Did you love it?" he asked.
"Oh, it was very royal," Shamari replied with a laugh.
Andy then asked the ladies how they felt about Eva wearing Gucci sneakers under her dress.
While Kandi felt the decision was "smart," Shamari said, "I'm not into labels. I would've worn flip flops."
The shade was palpable.
"The Real Housewives of Atlanta" airs Sundays at 8 p.m. on Bravo.
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