Businesswoman Kandi Burruss is hard at work and is getting ready with husband Todd Tucker to blow her fans’ minds with another exciting project.
However, this time around, the Real Housewives of Atlanta star is keeping whatever she is cooking a secret.
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I have been keeping this to myself but now I can finally announce that we will have an @oldladygang in the #PhillipsArena!!!! I’m so excited! Tonight they unveiled some of the new things they’re bringing to the newly renovated arena. I’m thankful to be a part of that. I’m also thankful that the first concert that will be in the new #PhillipsArena will be the #SoSoDef tour! So I get to be on stage & then meet you at my restaurant in the food court…😂. Swipe left to see our new #soulsandwich (fried chicken breast, collard greens, & mac n cheese). @todd167 ♥️ #Blessed #TrueToAtlanta #LetsGoHawks
The mom of two and Xscape singer already owns several restaurants, a store, and one makeup line.
She also hosts her own show, runs Bed Room Kandi, and the serial entrepreneur has more in store.
She shared a few pictures with Todd and captioned them: “Discussing how I’m gonna make your mouth drop open with this next event I’m putting together!”
In a past interview with Forbes, Kandi laid out her business plans: “I want to build businesses that are high quality, socially conscious, and for the people. To get started is simple, but to execute is not. I’m incredibly creative, but to be successful at the highest level, you need to partner with the right people who are very detailed. Surround yourself with people you can build with, who are about taking your ideas and helping them come to life. Maintaining longevity is a significant part of success to me. So many people come into an industry quick, shoot to the top, then crash and burn. It’s been a long journey for me. To say that I’m still here, still growing, and people still care about what I’m doing — that is what I would call success. I’m driven by legacy. I want to be remembered. This about leaving something for my kids.”
She added: “I have an office in Atlanta, that we built 5 years ago. Prior to having my own building, I used to work out of a popular restaurant in Atlanta called Houston’s. Houston’s restaurant is everybody’s office. Then one day, Don Juan, my business partner and right hand said, ‘Kandi, you are doing million-dollar business on a bootleg budget. You need a place where people can come to you.’That’s when I knew if I wanted to take my business to the next level, I had to build the right structure and facility to match. Now, our offices have a recording studio, rehearsal space, and pre-production rooms.”
Kandi seems unstoppable at this point.