Kandi Burruss Addresses Pregnancy Rumors

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Kandi Burruss and her new husband Todd Tucker weren't even down the aisle before pregnancy rumors started circulating.

All summer, several media outlets speculated about the Real Housewives of Atlanta star being pregnant.

Then, Todd only raised more speculation when he posted a picture of himself shopping for baby shoes.

But, neither of them ever provided an explanation for the questionable post.

So, the rumors continued. Now, she's reportedly setting the record straight.

According to Bravo TV, the Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter spoke out about the rumors on the Russ Parr Morning Show.

She revealed she's been aware of the rumors. She just never got around to addressing them. But, she isn't pregnant at the moment.

"I have all this stuff going on. Once things happen and I’m blessed with the situation, I’ll figure it out. Don’t we all?” she said on the morning show. "As far as I know, we haven’t had any luck getting pregnant. I’ve been seeing people tweeting…but I haven’t confirmed that," she said.

However, she did reveal that she'd like to have a boy whenever she does conceive! Since she already has a 12-year-old daughter, her response is a bit surprising. But, she also gave an explanation for her preference!

"I always wanted to have a son," Burruss said. "With girls, you're scared somebody's going to take advantage of them or something. I just feel like boys are easier. You don't have to worry as much."

Burruss went on to discuss the abrupt cancellation of her tour earlier this month. For those who don't know, the reality TV star signed a theatrical tour deal to take her stage-play A Mother's Love on the road. Unfortunately, the tour was cancelled due to problems with the promoter.

“Everyone was so disappointed and upset. We got so many great reviews in that first week. The cast was disappointed; all our fans were disappointed,” she said.

"Normally, Todd and I like to control everything…in this situation, we handed it over to a promoter. It’s like you’re giving your baby to somebody, and you realize they didn’t do right. Basically, he just wasn’t equipped to handle the tour.”