'RHOA': Kandi Burruss Says Kenya Moore And Marlo Hampton's Fight Was Edited And That Hampton Brought Up Moore's Daughter
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'RHOA': Kandi Burruss Says Kenya Moore And Marlo Hampton's Fight Was Edited And That Hampton Brought Up Moore's Daughter

Kandi Burruss says Kenya Moore and Marlo Hampton’s fight was more intense than what was shown in the recent RHOA episode, including Hampton talking about Moore’s’ daughter.

The Real Housewives of Atlanta stars have a lot to say to each other while on vacation in the Blue Ridge Mountains.

During the latest episode of her YouTube series Speak On It, Burruss sat down with Fatum Alford – both of whom were present during the fight – to talk about the dramatic argument, much of which was edited out.

Kandi Burruss called Kenya and Marlo's argument "crazy".

“It was a lot more than what you guys saw,” Kandi revealed. “That argument that they had was so crazy, they were so disrespectful at some of the stuff they were saying to each other… They didn’t even show some of the stuff that [Marlo] was saying to Kenya… I felt they showed more of what Kenya said to her, but they didn’t play any of the comments that Marlo was saying about—”

“—her daughter,” answered Fatum. “That was brutal, that was brutal. I was just like, ‘no, don’t do that.’”

Kandi added, “It was crazy… They didn’t show that… Some of the things that Marlo was saying was going way below. And yeah it was very bad. I’m not even gonna repeat some of that stuff.”

Kandi added, “It was crazy… They didn’t show that… Some of the things that Marlo was saying was going way below. And yeah it was very bad. I’m not even gonna repeat some of that stuff.”

Marlo Hampton has questioned the conception of Kenya’s daughter in the past.

Though Kandi didn’t share what exactly was edited out of her co-stars’ fight, it’s being alleged that the two women got into it over Marlo’s comments about the conception of Kenya’s daughter.

During a recent episode of 'On Out Loud with Claudia Jordan' Marlo claimed that Kenya didn’t use her own eggs when conceiving her daughter Brooklyn.

The star insinuated that Moore changes her story for the camera.

“Everyone wants to live this life, and they don’t want people to know this, but they want them to know this,” she said. “Tell the real deal. It’s a reality show. Live in your reality. Live in your reality or don’t do the show. It’s not a soap opera. It’s not a script that I have to rehearse every day.”

'The Real Housewives of Atlanta' airs Sunday nights at 8 p.m. EST on Bravo.

Watch Burruss’ Speak on It below:

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