Kandi Burruss has got it going on with her Kandi Koated line, stage plays, reality show, her new husband Todd Tucker and an extended family.
But what she doesn’t have right now is a baby on the way. But it’s not for a lack of trying.
There are a lot of things going on in her life at the moment, she told Russ Parr on his morning radio show, which may be getting in the way of extending her family even more.
“I have all this stuff going on. Once things happen and I’m blessed with the situation, I’ll figure it out. Don’t we all?” she said on the “Russ Parr Morning Show.”
The multidimensional Burruss said she and Tucker are working on a pregnancy “diligently.”
“As far as I know, we haven’t had any luck. I’ve been seeing people tweeting, but I haven’t confirmed that,” she said.
Burruss is still heartbroken over the critically-acclaimed “A Mother’s Love,” stage play which was abruptly cancelled, and she apologized to her fans.
“Everyone was so disappointed and upset. We got so many great reviews in that first week. The cast was disappointed; all our fans were disappointed,” said Burruss, who explained that the show’s promoter just couldn’t get the job done.
“Normally, Todd and I like to control everything…in this situation, we handed it over to a promoter. It’s like you’re giving your baby to somebody, and you realize they didn’t do right,” she said. “Basically, he just wasn’t equipped to handle the tour.”