“Real Housewives of Atlanta” reality star and Xscape group singer Kandi Burruss may share business ideas with her husband Todd Tucker, but the two surely don’t share the same singing skills.
Tucker, who has two biological children with the songstress, Ace and Blaze Tucker, tried to showcase his vocal talent in a recent Instagram post.
“When your boy is @quinnsmusic, it makes you think you can sing!!!” Tucker captioned the video.
The 46-year-old recorded himself at a music session singing one of the R&B groups Jodeci’s hit songs, “Forever My Lady.”
Tucker was off-key and couldn’t keep up with the lyrics, and fans took notice and shared their thoughts on his lack of singing talent in the reality star and business owner’s comments section.
“Leave the singing to Kandi, please. U stick with Daddy daycare 🙉.”
“Whoa, now… Let’s leave that to🙌🤣 Kandi.”
“Hand the mic to Kandi, nice and slow lol; you are a producer, Todd. Let Kandi help you with the singing #duet.”
“You said, ‘Listen’ like you were about to blow😳🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣.”
“It took me a while to understand the REAL SONG! So Todd STOP💯💯💯🤣🤣🤣.”
“No, Todd singing is not your thing, baby. Please keep your day job, lmao. You sound horrible.”
Several fans recommended that Tucker stick to his producer’s life. He owns TTucker Productions LLC and has produced music videos, news programming, and reality shows, including the hit Bravo television series that he and his wife appear on.
While Tucker may not be able to hold a note, it seems as though he and Burruss’ son Ace is working on his music career early.
Burruss posted a photo of the 4-year-old in the studio last year with headphones on looking like he was ready to lay down a couple of verses.
“I had my baby @acetucker in the studio recording yesterday! He loved it & he did such a great job!” she captioned the December 2019 gallery photos.