Burruss shared she’d welcome back RHOA vets Sheree Whitfield and Kenya Moore with open arms, believing they both make for good television, and more important, hold fellow cast members accountable for their actions. The mommy-mogul also embraced newbies Shamari DeVoe and Tanya Sam, renewing her friendship with previous collaborator DeVoe while getting to know Sam for the first time.
The Grammy winner also discussed her relationship with Porsha Williams, which has seen its share of ups and downs.
“It’s definitely been a roller coaster … we started off great, and then somewhere it took a left turn. It took a long time for it to get back right. I’m glad we’re finally getting back to a place where it’s not just drama.”
When it comes to castmate Eva Marcille’s first full-time experience as a “real housewife,” Burruss understands the frustration of having old acquaintances attempt to embarrass you, similar to Marcille’s bridesmaid sharing private (and possibly false) information with friend of the show Marlo Hampton.
Burruss also talks DeVoe’s fun-girl spirit and whether Hampton finally deserves a peach. Check out the clip above.