Wanya Morris is not having any disrespect from Kandi Burruss. According to ATLien of StraightfromtheA.com, Kandi appeared on Instagram Live with R&B legend Eddie Levert and one of Gerald Levert's daughters.
If you recall, Kandi was romantically involved with the late, great singer, Gerald.
During the livestream, Eddie asked Kandi to discuss the worst experience she has ever had working with other artists.
Kandi (pictured below with daughter Blaze) named Boyz II Men as a particularly "bad experience" she had in the recording studio.
When asked for details, Kandi laughed and said, "We fell out after that. It was an issue. I don't think I've ever been disrespected like that before in a studio in my life!"
Kandi said she has moved past the difficulties they had in the studio. But Wanya was not pleased that Kandi dug up old dirt about his former group.
He spilled the tea -- and it's easy to see why Kandi didn't want to discuss it.
Wanya, pictured center with Nathan Morris (left) and Shawn Stockman (right), said he worked on a song with Kandi, and her then-boyfriend, music producer Shakespeare.
After they completed the song, Kandi demanded to discuss her "splits" of the songwriting credits right then and there.
That's not how we work, said Wanya (left), who added, "I have nothing bad to say about Kandi. It's just we work differently."
At first, Wanya was cordial, but then he said, "Personally, I could take her or leave her." He then disparaged Kandi's entire songwriting career by suggesting she was blacklisted in the industry.
"After TLC and Boyz II Men and a couple of other people -- she hasn't worked since, right? Music wise?"
Watch ATLien's video with all the juicy details below.