Kandi Burruss loves a good gay party (and talking sex with drag queens), so it’s no surprise that “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star and R&B singer hit Blake’s late Tuesday to belt out a few songs and promote the new season of her Bravo show.
The gays ate it up as Burruss sang “No Scrubs,” the No. 1 hit from her days with TLC, and “You and Me,” a song she wrote for her show “Kandi Factory.” The second season premiered on Tuesday.
Burruss considers the gays part of her family. Those hunky, well-endowed strippers getting their briefs stuffed by gay dollars? She likes them, too.
[Video, photo via Tony Kearney]
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