‘He Putting In Work’: Kandi Burruss’ Son Ace Busts a Move and Fans Eat It Up

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A bathroom break resulted in a dance break for Kandi Burruss‘ youngest child.

Burruss’ husband Todd Tucker took their son Ace Wells Tucker to see an MLS soccer game with Atlanta United FC facing off against the visiting New York Red Bulls on Sunday.

When the duo stopped in the restroom at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium, the 3-year-old decided to break it down as his dad played music on his phone.

Ace waved his arms and shifted his legs around on the floor as he bounced to B.o.B’s “HeadBand” featuring 2 Chainz. Ever the supportive dad, Tucker eagerly egged Ace on.

“@acewellstucker ain’t playing! 🕺” Tucker captioned the July 7 image.

The Old Lady Gang co-founder’s followers also noticed how hard the toddler was working and remarked about the adorableness of it all.

“😂💙 he licking his lips like he puttin in work! too cute. #daddydaycare.”

“❤️❤️❤️❤️WORK IT …Ace…..Too Cute💕💕💕💙💙”

“So cute! His moves are way better than kandi. Mama CAN’T dance 😃”

“Not playing not one bit!! 😄😄”

“That Camp Creek 2 Step tho!!”

While the moves of the youngster are impressive, past posts Burruss has made about Ace have highlighted his intelligence.

In March, the star of Bravo’s “The Real Housewives of Atlantaposted a video of her only son counting in Mandarin at the international school he attends.

“My baby @acewellstucker is learning how to speak Mandarin,” Burruss captioned the footage. “This is him counting in mandarin doing his homework. I have no idea if he’s saying it right but I’m still proud of him anyway. My awesome 3yr old!”

The clip led to a host of responses from fans describing how impressed they were by his skills.

“Impresionante! Go Ace you CAN do anything you put your mind to!!!”

“That’s crazy, if I’m correct I think Mandarin is one the hardest languages to learn. You gotta get him in the reboot of Smart Guy lol @kandi.”

“Ace is so smart…Kandi and Todd are doing an amazing job.💕”

But Ace has actually been counting in Mandarin since he was 2. Burruss initially shared a video of him doing just that last year.

“He goes to an international school & they start teaching the children at age 2,” she explained in the caption of the video, which was uploaded in June 2018. “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!”

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