Kandi Burruss claimed she didn’t have the best experience working with Boyz II Men when she sat down with Eddie Levert and his daughter on IG live.
In the interview, the RHOA star called it a “Bad Experience” that actually led to a falling out when the group disrespected her.
“I hate to do it. Ain’t no love lost, I mean, this is 100 years later, so it doesn’t even matter. But yeah, I had a bad experience in the studio with Boyz II Men,” Burruss said in response to a question about which artists were tough to work with.
“I don’t think I’ve ever been disrespected like that before in a studio in my life,” she added. “It was crazy, really. But at the end of the day that was a long time ago. Clearly, you know, we’ve moved past that or whatever.”
Now Boyz II Men’s Wanya Morris has responded to Kandi’s comments with remarks of his own.
During an Instagram live, Morris spoke about the situation insinuating that Kandi was reportedly unhappy after they split songwriting credits for a song called “Good Guy.”
“We’ve been taught you write [a song] and you split [songwriting credits] down the middle, that way there’s no discrepancies… we’re from the old school. We’re from the ‘aye, you write a lyric, I’ll write a lyric’… It’s really about just building this whole thing together,” he explained.
Wanya also reiterated that there was definitely “no love lost” between him and Kandi in a parting shot.
“I have nothing bad to say about Kandi, it’s just we work different,” he explained. “[Kandi] can’t get on here and sing better than Jayna Brown. She can’t get on here and sing better than Liamani [Segura],” Morris said before adding, “I respect her opinion, and I respect what she says.”