Xscape reveals they’re recording new music without Kandi in awkward interview

Burruss says she's opting out of working with ladies to do Broadway instead

Burruss says she's opting out of working with ladies to do Broadway instead

Luther Vandross was outed as gay after his death.

Xscape has reunited, but it looks like there are still some serious bumps in their relationship.

During an episode of Watch What Happens Live, the ladies promoted their new Bravo reality show: Xscape: Still Kickin’ It. 

At first, it was all smooth sailing as they talked up their upcoming tour, but things started to go downhill as they talked about their split and even revealed that they were making new music without Kandi Burruss.

When asked about new music, Burruss pointed to the other three and said that “the three of them” would be putting out new music.

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Things got rather awkward as host Andy Cohen asked if the music would be put out under the Xscape name before, finally, Tameka “Tiny” Harris said, “Well, we are Xscape.”

When Cohen probed Burruss on why she wouldn’t be recording with the group, the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” favorite explained, “I’m going to do Broadway and some other things, and they’re going to be working on music.”

Also during the show, Burruss and Tamika Scott had an awkward exchange in which Scott insisted that she “didn’t make up the Jermaine story.”

“Jermaine and I hooked up, but that’s not why [we] broke up,” Burruss said.

When Scott pointed out “that’s not what he just asked” and Cohen said he was “asking about the radio interview,” Burruss said that Scott had claimed Burruss “hooked up with Jermaine’s dad.”

Scott readily admitted, “That was what I said that wasn’t correct,” which prompted a short awkward silence.

Check out video from the show below.