Yandy Smith-Harris appeared to have competition regarding her husband Mendeecees Harris after the music producer gained an unsuspected admirer while visiting Kandi Burruss‘ family restaurant Old Lady Gang.
In the initial Instagram reel shared on Wednesday, Aug. 18, Harris is seen standing in between Burruss’ two aunts Bertha Jones and Nora Wilcox, as Jones began to playfully flirt with the father of four. Jones said as she physically gestured toward Wilcox, “She gotta husband. I ain’t got no husband so if he get put out the house, he got somewhere to sleep at.”
Harris then joined in on the fun by telling everyone on social media, “I tell her listen as long as she got a home, I got somewhere to sleep.” The “Love and Hip Hop” star continued by saying if his wife were to slip up “the old lady gang don’t play no games.” Jones said as she reiterated Harris’ initial sentiments, “You slip up. You snooze.” Wilcox chimed in, “You snooze, you lose.” Toward the end of the recording, Jones advised Smith-Harris to “straighten up” before she “loses” out on her man. “You snooze, you lose. You better straighten up.”
Harris kept the punches coming when he captioned the hilarious clip, “Old Lady Gang, said As long as they have a home I’ll have somewhere to sleep at!! And don’t slip up @yandysmith 😂😂😂😂 beautiful ladies @oldladygang.”
Many hours following her husband’s upload, Smith-Harris responded how she may be doomed because of all the pluses Jones has on her. She jokingly expressed as she showed love to the two women, “Awwwwww man. I can’t compete with that! They fine, cook good and got all the experience. I’m doomed. (Love them).”
In addition to Smith-Harris’s comment, a multitude of fans warned the mother of three to watch out.
“Trust Yandy don’t want no smoke from them 😂😂😂😂😂 Too cute ❤️.”
“They gonna feed you good too .. Watch out Yandy.. they cook cook 😂.”
Burruss and her husband, Todd Tucker, opened up the first Old Lady Gang restaurant in 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia, in honor of the Xscape singer’s mom, Joyce Jones, and her two aunts Bertha Jones and Nora Wilcox’s Southern comfort cooking. Following the success of the restaurant, the couple debuted an OLG concession in 2018 in the State Farm Arena, a few months after they opened their second location in the Camp Creek Marketplace in metropolitan Atlanta.
Since then, Burruss has announced that OLG will be coming to reality television after Bravo Network picked up the couple’s spinoff series. She wrote in a lengthy post, “I’m so excited that @bravotv announced our @oldladygang series is coming later this year! I was sad last year when it got put on hold because of Covid. I’m thankful for the blessing to be able to get back to it! Y’all already have seen how hilarious @mamajoyce1_, #AuntNora, & #AuntBertha can be but just wait until you meet some of our team at #OLG! I promise that you will be entertained!#MustSeeTv.”