Kandi Burruss Dives in Deep on Why She Told Porsha Williams About Dennis McKinley's Past

The RHOA singer opens up about the mom-to-be's romance with the Atlanta-area mogul.

Kandi Burruss sat down with Porsha Williams on Sunday's The Real Housewives of Atlanta and chatted all about Porsha's man, Dennis McKinley, and the information she'd heard about Porsha's now-fiancé/father of her child. The debate was over Dennis' choice to get tatted up in honor of the women he dated beforehand. Porsha didn't seem bothered by his choice, but was more so bothered by all the gossip.

When Kandi appeared on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen on Sunday, she opened up about her decision to have that sit-down with Porsha. "She and I, we weren't in the best of places," she explained, noting that after she spoke to her pals to see if she should tell Porsha, later "we had the conversation, simple as that."

Kandi then added that she thinks that part of the issue was that "she just didnt want to know from me." To hear more from Kandi on the topic, press play on the video above.

Kandi offered her take on Dennis in her Bravotv.com cast blog, writing, "Dennis surprised me. He was really nice. I wasn’t sure what to expect, especially since I shared info with the girls about other people that he dated. He was so friendly that it kind of made me feel bad for telling his business."

Porsha and Dennis are currently expecting their first child (a daughter) together. They also announced their engagement earlier this fall.

While in the Clubhouse, Kandi then revealed if she'd ever share any information with Porsha again, you know, if she were to hear anything about Dennis in the future. Check out her response below.

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Would Kandi Burruss Confront Porsha Williams About Dennis Again?
Kandi Burruss from #RHOA is asked if she would go to Porsha Williams with any new rumors about Dennis if she heard them and Kandi Burruss says why she would not.
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