Kandi Burruss hit the cold streets of New York this week with her family, and while she pushed her son Ace along in a stroller, fans noticed he may be too big for it.
The star of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” joined husband Todd Tucker as they made their way through the city’s meatpacking district March 4. Burruss braved the cold as she kept 3-year-old Ace Wells Tucker bundled up in a hat and a blanket.
“It’s brick in NY! For those that don’t know Brick: means Cold!” Tucker captioned the clip he uploaded to Instagram on Monday.
“I’m annoyed,” Burruss laughs and tells her husband who is busy recording his wife “struggling” to push Ace along the cobblestoned streets.
Tucker also checked on his son, Ace, who remained silent as the family ventured out. Asked if he was OK, Ace nodded silently before replying, “Yes.”
But while the family struggled to keep warm, commenters on Tucker’s page were alarmed that the toddler was being pushed in a stroller in the first place.
“I dont understand big ass kids in strollers..”
“growing ass kid get up and walk like come on.”
“This made me think about when Katt Williams said the Mexicans (no disrespect) have their kids in the strollers with their feet dragging the floor. Tell Ace to walk so he can warm up. lol Enjoy NYC.”
While folks have been giving the Tuckers grief about their son being in a stroller now, they’ve previously heaped on the praise for Ace’s smarts.
Back in December, Ace’s parents shared a video of the youngster practicing his sight words. He even knew how to use the word “put” in a sentence.
“Hey, put your toys away!” he exclaimed.
Before then, Ace also showed off his intelligence in a video where he counted from one to 10 in Mandarin.
“Check out my little Ace learning how to count in Mandarin,” the tot’s proud performer mom wrote in the caption of the June clip. “He goes to an international school & they start teaching the children at age 2. Half the school day is with his teacher that speaks to him in Mandarin & the other half of the day is in English. He loves the school!”