Kandi Burruss is showing off a new look on Instagram that is getting lots of attention from fans.
The star of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” on Saturday posted a boomerang video of her rocking a maxi dress from her Tags Boutique.
“Enjoying the outdoors in my @tagsboutique dress. I hope everyone’s day is going amazing!” the reality star wrote in the caption.
Sporting a voluminous black deep-wave hairstyle, the look was rather attention-grabbing for fans.
“Kandi your dress is gorgeous, and yes my day is amazing.”
“I like your hair like this!!!”
“Hi Kandi i love that dress have a blessed day.”
“In love with this hair on you @kandi 😍😍”
But while the hair and the dress were hits, others remarked about how revealing the gown was, noting the singer’s breasts were nearly spilling out of her clothes.
“Tell the “TWINS” heyyyyyy 🤣🤣🤣🤣”
“Good Lord … Girrrrrrrrl…. SMH.”
“nah..to much on show….”
That Burruss was exposing some cleavage isn’t anything new. The star famously transformed a potentially reputation-damaging rumor former “RHOA” cast member Phaedra Parks spread during season 9 into a profitable burlesque show last fall in Atlanta. The following summer, she took that show on the road and spread her sexy performances from Chicago to Houston with her celebrity pals.
As for the rumor in question, Parks reluctantly took responsibility for repeating the claim that Burruss wanted to drug and rape co-star Porsha Williams in a sex dungeon supposedly located somewhere in her home.
Discussing the matter on the YouTube channel LaToya Forever in April, Burruss said the concert is “making fun and making light of what was said.”
“I feel like things went entirely too far,” she explained. “To make up that I would drug someone and take them to a place for sex — that is rape.”
She noted that while the sex dungeon part of the claim was “funny,” Burruss said mentioning she desired to drug and rape someone was no laughing matter.
“I just kinda felt like — and I still feel — in our society today, if somebody is out there drugging and taking advantage of women, we want them in jail, we’re canceling them, we don’t want anything to do with them. I want that same energy for someone who would make that up.”
While Burruss said she doesn’t “have any hate in my heart” for Parks, she did say that if the attorney were to return to “RHOA,” following a two-year absence, the singer would walk away from the franchise. Park later said she found that “amusing,” which Burruss said she found “sad.”