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Mixing Business with Friendship: #RHOA's Cautionary Tale

Tardy for the Party? Donkey vs. Stallion Booty? What was the worst offender?

By Andrew Herrmann

The Real Housewives of Atlanta are a group of industrious and enterprising women with a talented circle of friends, so it only makes sense that the opportunity to collaborate on a business endeavor would arise. But as Housewives history has shown, mixing business and friendship only leads to misery and shade. Let's review the evidence, shall we?

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1. Kandi Burruss and Johnnie Winston

In the most recent occurence, Kandi lays into a former friend and staff member who's been trashing her on social media...even though she still hired his company to do event planning.

Kandi Burruss Goes Off on Her Former Employee

2. Phaedra Parks and Todd Tucker

Phaedra and Todd's tussle over their workout video project drove a major wedge between Phaedra and Kandi, when Todd claimed he hadn't been paid and Phaedra claimed Todd never delivered a viable product.

Todd Tucker and Phaedra Parks Hash Out Their Issues

3. Kenya Moore and Phaedra Parks

Where to begin? Kenya was set to produce Phaedra's donkey booty workout video, until they couldn't reach an agreement on backend sales. Which then resulted in Kenya making her own stallion booty workout video. And this began one of the longest standing feuds between Housewives we've ever seen.

Phaedra and Kenya: Booty to Booty

4. Kim Zolciak-Biermann and Kandi Burruss

"Tardy for the Party" was a hit, but it hit Kim and Kandi's friendship hard when the two disagreed over how the profits should be split.

Money Between Friends

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