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Todd: Carmon Can't Separate Business and Friendship

Todd weighs in on the drama with Carmon and Georgia's football skills.

By Todd Tucker Were you really trying to play it cool around Kandi when you first met in Africa?
Todd Tucker: I was trying to play it cool in Africa as it's against the rules to cross the line with the talent. In Production that's a big NO NO! What was your first impression of Kandi when you met her?
Todd: I loved her smile, she had a great butt! LOL! She seemed very humble and genuine. Did you have any reservations about planning the wedding yourselves?
Todd: I wanted no part of planning the wedding, I just wanted to enjoy our wedding day! It was a big production, and I didn't want to have to deal with vendors being on time as I walked down the aisle. Were you surprised by the slow start and lack of enthusiasm from the team?
Todd: I was very surprised at the slow start as they are all getting paid a weekly wage. I felt like if you're not excited because you're helping Kandi with her dream wedding, then at least do what your paid to do. Did you think Carmon was going to take your critiques so personally?
Todd: I wasn't surprised that Carmon took my critiques so personally. She has a problem separating the business and the personal when it comes to her job. That's why I think it's not a good idea to hire friends or family to work directly for Was it a relief to have Kandi's aunts on board with the wedding? Have you gotten closer with them?
Todd: I was very happy Kandi's aunts were on board for the wedding. I felt like if they could jump on board, then Momma Joyce would be next. My relationship with Kandi's aunts is great. Not so much with Momma Joyce.

[video_clip_url:] Has Georgia's football game improved?
Todd: Georgia has retired from the game of football. She's going to be our Do you think that Carmon overreacted to the situation?
Todd: Carmon overreacted, but that's what happens when you can't separate the business and the personal! Do you think Carmon did the right thing by quitting?
Todd: I think whenever you don't like your job and you're not going to be a positive force within the work place, then you should quit. Carmon is not going anywhere; she always quits and comes back the following Monday like nothing happened.


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