Kandi Burruss of the “Real Housewives of Atlanta,” which is currently on break until next season, said she might not get married to fiance Todd Tucker.
Burruss said the two couldn’t agree on a prenup.
The move put the wedding on hiatus on Sunday’s episode of “Kandi’s Wedding.” They couldn’t agree to the terms just one day before they were slated to tie the knot, reported MailOnline.
The two eventually got married in April but it was tense.
Tucker cited somewhat of a mutual distrust between the two, accusing her of delaying getting the legal documents to him.
However, Burruss said they have always been business partners, saying he was making the issue more complicated than it needed to be.
Her mother, Joyce, told the paper: “It’s like killin’ part of me.”
The fight was revealed on a Sunday episode of “Kandi’s Wedding.”
“You can’t be mad at me for dealing with my lawyer and he has concerns,” Tucker said to Burruss during the fight, according to RealityTVWorld.
“Is this [expletive] personal or is it just business?”
“How is it personal to say you get what you get and I get?” Burruss shot back. “So you think you should get some of my money?” Burruss then said.
“I don’t want your [expletive] money … I don’t think there’s gonna be no wedding,” Tucker then said.
“Kandi’s Wedding” is airing at 8 p.m. on the Bravo network.