Kandi Burruss ‘PISSED’ Boyz II Men Wanya Morris’ ‘Shady’ Remarks

Kandi Burruss Speaks Boyz II Men Wanya Morris’ ‘Shady’ Remarks

Kandi Burruss ‘PISSED’ Boyz II Men Wanya Morris’ ‘Shady’ Remarks!

The Real Housewives of Atlanta star, singer, songwriter, and Entrepreneur Kandi Burrus candidly opened up on her YouTube channel on May 16. Continue on to hear the details from Kandi Burruss about Boyz II Men Wanya Morris…

CelebnReality247.com reports that Burruss spoke on her “worst “experience working with Boyz II Men and Wanya Morris‘ remarks about it.

The Xscape songstress —who titled the show about her response to Morris “On that Note: My Worst Experience,” began the show by saying she didn’t address the situation sooner because she was focusing on her “Verzuz” battle against SWV.

See, Wanya Morris made the initial claim about his group, because of a disagreement over the ownership percentage of the Boyz II Men song “Good Guy.” A song that was released in 2000.

Kandi Burruss felt that Morris’s comments were caustic but didn’t take away from the group’s artistry.

Though, Burruss continued to say at the 1:55 mark:

No shade here. I love the group Boyz II Men as far as them being artists, I think they’re amazing. I have no shade about them, their career, or anything like that but what I will say is I did have a bad experience.

Burruss went on to describe her interview with Eddie Levert Sr. where she asked to disclose her “worst artist” to work with, to which she hesitantly admitted it was Boyz II Men.

Kandi Burruss said:

Mind you, my manager is standing right in front of me, so I can hear their voices and hear what they’re saying and how they’re saying it. … And they were like, ‘I can’t believe she even fixed her mouth to ask us about some splits.’… They was like I should be happy that I’m even working on their album. This is what they’re saying to him on the phone, and he’s standing right next to me and they’re talking loud enough for me to hear them.

She added:

Of course, I’m pissed. … I wasn’t making it personal, I was just trying to handle my business, but they were trying to act like they were so important that I should have just been glad to work with them and not have even asked them about the splits.

The following day Burruss said that when Morris, Stockman, and Nathan Morris entered the studio they didn’t even greet her and also told her manager that they were only discussing the business aspects of the songs with her manager and She’kspere.

Burrus claimed the reason why everything went down the way it did was because of multiple things, one of them being their egos.

She said on mark 12:01:

Listen I felt like it was multiple things. I felt like it was a lot of ego that they felt that someone who is writing with them or for them or whatever shouldn’t even be able to ask them about splits, that’s for one. And for two I definitely felt with me being a woman they felt like they didn’t have to do business with me. They didn’t have to talk to me or deal with me.