She got it, so she is flaunting it. Kandi Burruss gifted her stunning and bright daughter, Riley Burruss, a luxury car for her sweet sixteen, so let her show it off.
The teen is on her way to becoming a successful lawyer, Kandi has revealed that she is very responsible and hard working.
However, that has not stopped naysayers from bashing Kandi because they believe she spent too much money on the vehicle and she is spoiling her baby girl.
Kandi runs several businesses including TAGS Boutique, Old Lady Gang, Bedroom Kandi, and her net worth is $35 million. Therefore, she can make her daughter happy if she chooses to.
Riley shared a cute picture with her Porsche and captioned it: “How your jacket say Porsche, and you never rode a Porsche? – @nickiminaj.”
One fan said: “It’s not her fault her mom is loaded. She just a kid. Don’t treat her so mean. She did nothing wrong.. if I had it, I would do the same for my daughter. She grew to be such a beautiful young lady and omg she looks like the young Kandi from Xscape. Love it.”
Another commenter stated: “She’s humble and you can tell she was quoting a song from her favorite artist…. don’t hate on this child the truth hurts. Live out loud, Riles!!! Your mother works hard, and from the looks of it, you’re working hard!! Congrats! I didn’t know these were song lyrics forgive me for being old lol—yet I LOVED the caption!!!”
This person wrote: “A young lady who actually looks like a teenager; very pretty without all the grown woman extraness. She is my favorite celebrity kid. She is always sweet. She doesn’t come off fast and grow like the rest. @kandi did a great job. Kandi did a good job of raising her and Riley is so pretty, and she looks just like mom, and I love her car. Yesssss, Riles!!!! Your mama has probably waited all your life and hustled a lot of hers to give you your dream car. You’re blessed!!!”
In a recent interview, the Xscape singer said she was building generational wealth and added: “I want to build businesses that are high quality, socially conscious, and for the people. Maintaining longevity is a major 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.”
Kandi should be allowed to handle her family how she sees fit.