'RHOA': Andy Cohen Apologized To Kandi Burruss Over Asking Riley Burruss About Her Father
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'RHOA': Andy Cohen Apologized To Kandi Burruss Over Asking Riley Burruss About Her Father

After Kandi Burruss made it clear that she was upset and felt blindsided by Bravo honcho Andy Cohen questioning her daughter Riley about her estranged relationship with Russell “Block” Spencer, Kandi says things are all good between her and her boss now. The Real Housewives of Atlanta star has been open about co-parenting issues and how it’s impacted Riley. Riley revealed that she has not been in contact with Block for years. Kandi spoke about it with E! News.

“He just wanted to apologize and say that he in no way wanted to hurt us or anything like that,” Kandi said in an interview with E! “And I know it wasn’t his intention to make Riley feel bad or anything like that.”

Kandi says Riley talking about her relationship with Block isn’t something Riley enjoys.

A few weeks prior to their appearance on Watch What Happens Live, Block appeared on Vlad TV and alleged that Riley was jealous of the relationship he has with him and his other children because the other kids lived with him. Block also aired his grievances with Kandi taking him to court for child support. He believes he shouldn’t have to pay due to Kandi being a millionaire.

“A lot of people just don’t understand that’s a sensitive subject for her…but sometimes if you don’t give a person a heads up, they kind of get caught off guard. And so that’s what I was saying,” Kandi explained of her conversation with Cohen.

Kandi also revealed that it wasn’t the first disagreement she and Cohen had. “I’m sure there are things that he probably doesn’t like,” she noted. “And he’s said things that rubbed me the wrong way at times, but we’re always able to come back on the same page. So he apologized, and I was good. It wasn’t that deep for me.”

 

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