In a new Bravo segment called “Housewife to Housewife,” “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Kandi Burruss shared a peek into her sex life with husband Todd Tucker and even dished on whether or not that rumored sex dungeon could be a reality.
Burruss disclosed to “The Real Housewives of Potomac” star Gizelle Bryant that there is no sex dungeon in her home. This despite what the singer’s former RHOA cast member, Phaedra Parks, relayed to current ‘wife Porsha Williams during the show’s season 9 reunion.
“No, there is not a sex dungeon… at this time,” Burruss said after noting that not much is off limits in the bedroom between her and Tucker. “Obviously, in the beginning, because it was a lie and everything, I was kind of upset about the whole situation. But now that I’ve had time to think about it, I was like, you know what? That sex dungeon isn’t such a bad idea. I might need to work on that.”
It’s a complete 180 from how Burruss reacted to the dungeon claims last year. When things came to a head during the reunion special, Burruss was reasonably irate that Parks had spread the rumor she wanted to drug and rape Williams in the supposed den.
“Do y’all know people would was under my comments saying #KandiAKABillCosby?” Burruss said at the time through tears. “Do you think that s— is f—ing cool?…. Y’all accused me of being a f—ing rapist. That is crazy.”
But now that the dungeon might become a reality, Bryant is all up for it.
There are no inhibitions … and when you go into the dungeon, you never know who’s gonna be in there,” the RHOP star said.
“Ever since that whole travesty, people walk up to us on the street or seek us out, saying they want to come into the sex dungeon,” Burruss tells Bryant, who whispers she’d like to come too.
“And you would be so welcome,” Burruss says welcoming the idea. “We’ll talk about that another time.”