The drama between fellow Xscape members Kandi Burruss and LaTocha Scott continues.
If you’ve been on social media, then you would’ve seen the videos between Burruss and Scott circulating as they both speak on the issues that their group is facing. However, in one of those videos, Scott seemingly makes fun of Burruss’ voice and the way that she sings.
Kandi addressed the comments in another video of her own. “You are trying to clown a person’s voice whose voice is leading on half the hits that is your claim to fame,” Kandi said. “The biggest hit that you’ve ever been on, which is ‘Just Kickin’ It,’ is the voice that you’ve been clowning.”
She continued, “Me and you are in a group together. We supposed to make money together, we supposed to hit the stage together…but you on your video trying to make jokes about my voice, the same voice [that’s] accomplished more than you with your amazing voice that you try to put out there that you have!”
Kandi also mentions that she has a No. 1 Gospel single, something that LaTocha is trying to accomplish.
“You trying to join on the bandwagon of other people clowning your group member that goes on stage with you and makes money with you? Where they do that at? If you clowning me, you clowning yourself!” Kandi added.
Kandi also questions LaTocha’s singing and shut down the claims about being upset that LaTocha would be singing lead.
Burruss revealed she was crying for a different reason and said that the group’s third album was produced to start Scott’s solo career.
“In what world should my other group members have not been invited…to an Xscape session? So, to be clear to you, I didn’t have a problem with Tocha…I had a problem with our producer, our label head. I was addressing him and it became an argument,” she said.
The singer continued, “Y’all know how I am when I be arguing or when I’m upset or I’m passionate, my eyes tear up. So yes, she did walk in on me and Jermaine arguing about a song that she was singing solo on, but you got to put it in context. Don’t just tell people I’m mad because you singing solo. I’m mad because y’all didn’t invite our entire group to be a part of a song that’s supposed to be for Xscape.”