See Kandi Burruss’ Throwback Xscape Pic That Has Fans Raving About How Much She and Tiny Resemble Their Sons

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A throwback photo Kandi Burruss posted to her Instagram page Thursday had fans seeing Tiny Harris’ son King in her and Burruss’ son Ace in “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star.

The image was snapped circa 1991 and saw Burruss, Harris and fellow Xscape member Tamika Scott posing together.

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“Kickin it wit @majorgirl & @therealtamikascott before the record deal! 15 & 16 yrs old. #TBT #Xscape #BeforeTheyWereStars,” read Burruss’ Nov. 14 caption.

The image had fans feeling nostalgic and reflecting on a time period when social media didn’t exist and smartphones wouldn’t emerge until the next century.

“The pagers tho!! 😂😂😂”

“Throwback for real. I remember they used to have all types of backgrounds like this in Harlem. Those were the days.”

“When we all had Beepers aka Pagers”

“This pic so retro ATL too🙌🏾😍”

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Xscape members from left: Kandi Burruss, Tiny Harris and Tamika Scott. (Photo: @kandi/Instagram)

Fans also quickly began to take notice of how much Tiny’s 15-year-old son King resembles his mom at age 16.

“King look just like his mother”

“King looks soo much like tiny ❤️”

“King look just like her”

And it wasn’t just Tiny and King being compared. Fans also found Burruss’ 3-year-old son Ace looks a lot like she did at 15 years old.

“Looking just like Ace.”

“Ace’s face 🥰”

“@kandi looking like your baby boy‼️”

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King Harris (left) and Ace Wells Tucker (right). (Photos: @majorgirl/Instagram, @acewellstucker/Instagram)

King and Ace may have slightly stolen the spotlight from their mothers at this moment, but Burruss and Harris may soon be standing under one together as Xscape. They ought to be heading to the recording studio to record another album with Scott and her sister LaTocha Scott, according to Mama Joyce.

Burruss’ mom said at the 2019 Black Music Honors in September that the ’90s R&B girl group still has more music to come.

“They still have one album left,” Joyce told the crowd to eager applause. “The four of them, they started in my basement and I feel that they still have another album in them.”

Both Harris and Burruss were rendered nearly speechless by Joyce’s news, however.

“Obviously she put us on the spot but, I mean,” Buruss said stuttering backstage after the ceremony to Atlanta Black Star. “I guess we gon’ grant her her wish. I didn’t know what to say, but at the same time, she put it out there, my group members are here … we gon’ make it happen … we gon’ figure it out.”

“Yeah, when everybody schedule get together we gon’ get in that studio,” Harris added simply.

A new album has yet to materialize.

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