'RHOA' Alum Kandi Burruss Reacts to Divorce Speculation

Kandi Burruss and Todd Tucker have been married for 10 years.

Kandi Burruss is laughing off rumors that she and her longtime husband, Todd Tucker, are splitting up. The pair celebrated 10 years of marriage on April 4. Since jumping the broom, Burruss and Tucker have welcomed two children together – a son, Ace; and a daughter, Blaze. They each have an adult daughter from a previous relationship. The former Real Housewives of Atlanta star and the former show producer have also opened various businesses, including multiple eateries in Atlanta, and have branched out into the Broadway world as producers on shows like The Wiz. Burruss and Tucker addressed divorce speculation while speaking with Us Weekly.

Burruss says her daughter Riley, 21, actually alerted them that divorce rumors were on the net. "Riley actually sent it to me. She was like, 'Why do people keep saying that y'all about to get divorced?' I was like, 'I don't know,'" Burruss said. "I think it came from Todd and I on his YouTube. We were doing this thing called Todd and the Glam Squad where I would get my hair and makeup done [and] he would sit and we would talk about hot topics or relationship issues."

But the Grammy-winning songwriter says it's just how they interact sometimes. "We're passionate when we go back and forth. I think people kind of mistook that to say we were angry with each other. But we're [just] debating the topic. We're going back and forth about this," Burruss said. "I've been like that my whole life. As soon as we have a back and forth, I can walk out the room and be like, 'OK, now what are we doing next?' Whereas I guess to somebody that's watching it, they are thinking that it's more than that."

"They're analyzing [it like], 'Wow, he said this.' Or his posture.' You know how they do," Tucker, added. "But it was just good, fun conversation and people just took it wrong. I was like, 'We are with each other every day.' It's not like, 'I haven't seen him together. His ring isn't on or something.'"