Kandi Burruss' Husband, Todd Tucker Is Checking In With Kaela Tucker - See Their Video Together

Kandi Burruss' Husband, Todd Tucker Is Checking In With Kaela Tucker - See Their Video Together
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Kandi Burruss' hubby, Todd Tucker made his fans and followers excited when he announced that he had a conversation with Kaela Tucker , his daughter and people can see it on his YouTube channel.

Check out the video he shared below.

'Do you understand your 24 yr. old? Check out my conversation with my baby @kpt__ on my YouTube channel this was very therapeutic for me. I learned a lot! Click the link in my bio to check it out,' Todd captioned his post on IG.

Someone said: 'My dad, im sure, doesn't understand me at all but he has never left my side,' and a follower posted this: 'No because they’re aliens or at least mine is, lol. But can’t wait to watch it!'

Another commenter noted: 'She's grown up so humble and respectful. I'm proud to see her blossom into her own. Kudos to great parents.'

Someone else said: 'I love this! Todd , you are an example of how a black man should be. More need to be like you! 😍'

Here's the video Todd posted on YouTube.

A person said this to Todd: 'your daughter is becoming a fantastic young lady she has her act together she knows what she wants and I'm glad you're giving her the space and it's time to do what she needs to do to be who she wants to be and the fact that you are encouraging and supportive is fantastic so keep on doing what you're doing cuz whatever you're doing is the right thing Todd you and your wife are doing a great job.'

Someone else also praised Kaela and said: 'I actually learned a lot listening to her opinion. Maybe I needed to listen to my daughters. I get the pushback it’s “US” as parents trying to keep them from making mistakes. But they have to learn on their own and make their own mistakes and bump their head. Just be there when she needs you. She is actually very mature and I can see her growth. I actually learned a lot listening to her opinion. Maybe I needed to listen to my daughters. I get the pushback it’s “US” as parents trying to keep them from making mistakes. But they have to learn on their own and make their own mistakes and bump their head. Just be there when she needs you.'

What do you think about this father-daughter conversation?

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