Kandi Burruss may just have a color, according to social media. The longtime “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” cast member came to the ‘Gram and lit it up with her new full-body photo. Burruss looked like a hot tamale, and her fans could not stop raving about her spicy fire red ensemble.
The reality star attended a fundraising event for her co-star Porsha Williams, and posted a photo to Instagram on Sunday, April 5, the air date for the new episode of “RHOA.” Burruss wore a jumpsuit with a crisscross design to the celebration and gave fans a glimpse of her cleavage in the process. Burruss has draped her body in different color ensembles throughout the years, but fans seemingly are convinced that she should wear the color red more often.
“RED looks amazing on you,” one user said.
“Serve that red Kandi please,” a second fan begged.
“Yasss @kandi you look sooo pretty in Red!!!❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️,” a third gushed.
A fourth fan said, “lovely in that Red 🔥😍.”
” ❤️That red😍,” a fifth wrote.
A sixth commented, “Fire 🔥 🔥 🔥.”
“Lady in red!!!! Looking good in red!!❤️❤️❤️🔥🔥,” a seventh virtually shouted.
An eighth user said, “This is your color ❤️.”
The April 5 episode of “RHOA” showcased the behind-the-scenes footage of the fundraiser. The women from the show came to the luncheon to support Williams. Williams became a brand ambassador for the organization that works to improve the health of babies and mothers after she publicly shared her painful miscarriage experience on an episode of “RHOA.”
The Old Lady Gang restaurant owner married her husband Todd Tucker in 2014. She has a 17-year-old daughter, Riley Burruss , from a previous relationship. Burruss has openly vented about her struggles to become pregnant again after having her daughter.
She successfully became pregnant with her and Tucker’s first son, Ace Wells Tucker, in 2016 after undergoing multiple in-vitro fertilization procedures. The couple tried to have another baby, but the in-vitro fertilization was unsuccessful the second time around. She and Tucker welcomed their baby girl, Blaze Tucker, in November via surrogate.