Kandi Burruss Confirms Her Show ‘The Kandi Factory’ Got Cancelled

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By: Taren Vaughan

Did The Kandi Factory get cancelled? Several of the cast members from hit Bravo reality TV show “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” have gotten chances at their own spinoff shows. Kandi Burruss just so happened to be one of the lucky ones as the singer-songwriter landed music competition show “The Kandi Factory” with the Bravo network. However, the show started off with a dose of drama as a contestant on the show expressed how unhappy they were with Kandi and the show’s producers over broken promises that were made. College student and winner of the pilot episode of the show Matthew Solomon called Kandi out for not following through with what she promised him. And one of the Matthew’s close friends even claimed that he was very upset over Kandi promising him fame and longevity in the music industry.

Along with Matthew Solomon putting Kandi Burruss and the “Kandi Factory” producers on blast, the show wasn’t capturing the attention of reality TV watchers as it struggled in the ratings department in comparison to the other spinoff shows on the network. The low numbers in viewership had many people wondering if Kandi’s spinoff show was on the verge of getting the axe. One of Kandi’s followers on Twitter asked her if “The Kandi Factory” would be returning for a second season. Kandi responded and informed her fan that her show got cancelled:

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Kandi’s show may not be returning for a second season but she did also confirm that she and her RHOA cast mates are in the process of filming for season 6.


  1. Kandi was never interesting enough for her own show all she want to do is talk about sex. Might as well cancel Kim show as well. RHOA is getting just like Basketball wives nobody is interested in them anymore.

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