COMPLETE DEVASTATION TO THE NATION
Listen, whatever you do, NEVER throw shade to the b!tch holding the umbrella. Bae-Bae, I will be the first person to tell you that I never really quite understood all this lawsuit stuff between Kandi Burruss & Kim Zolciak. Publishing, royalties, contracts, all that stuff was just too technical and too confusing for me. I didn’t understand why they just couldn’t split the monies down the middle. HOWEVER, after hearing this unedited version of Kim singing The Ring Doesn’t Mean A Thing, Kandi deserves 100% of the money from Tardy For The Party and should have paid Kim for her time with a fruit basket.
Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! Whoa! ~Kim Zolciak
“See what’s going on here is you kind of don’t know what you’re doing with your voice” ~Jan Smith, vocal Coach
Remember when the vocal coach told that to Kim? Boy was she right. Chile get ready to holler. This unedited version of Kim singing is proof that Kandi Burrus just might know what she’s doing in the studio. If Kandi was able to make anything out of Kim’s mouth profitable, then I imagine the contestants on her up coming show just may have a chance in hell at stardom. Check it out…
Chile Miss Kim, you pulled it. Give Kandi her money and the ring for that matter.
I’m curious to know how many people on this new show are going to sound like Kim. Y’all know The Doll loves a good ki-ki.
On another note, be sure to tune in to The Kandi Factory
Season Premiere Tuesday, April 9th at 10pm on BRAVO
Ep 1: Get Your Game Face On
Kandi deals with talent that’s trying to push barriers — and talent that’s pushing her buttons.
In the premiere episode, Kandi takes on Lauryn, a 21-year-old African American college student who has the dream of breaking through the barriers of country music. She is pushed to emotional extremes as she tries to push through her personal struggles and convince Kandi that she has the charisma and talent it takes to be a star. Darian, a 27-year-old dance instructor, immediately clashes with Kandi’s team as he battles with overcoming his self-esteem issues. With his performance at stake, Kandi steps in to get his emotions back on track.
In case you forgot what ole Re-Re sounded like, here is a trip down memory lane
What did you think about Kim’s vocals? Will you be watching The Kandi Factory?