Kandi Burruss' Husband, Todd Tucker Reveals 'Blaze Steak & Seafood'
'I live in Southwest Atlanta and always asked why we don’t have certain restaurants in our area (Black Area). But I’m not asking anymore! I will build what we want and what we need in our communities! They better not let me figure out how to build my own grocery store! #blackowned #buytheblock #liveinourcommunity #' Kandi captioned her post.
Someone said: "Please build a grocery store, bank, public transportation system, school, all of the above!' and a follower posted this message: 'Let’s call the grocery store Ace is the place for all your needs.'
One other commenter said: 'Build that Grocery Store!!!! Congratulations,' and a fan wrote: 'It's the logo for me...I love it... I'd have to definitely come out and eat up.'
Somoene else posted: 'Wait y’all got a new restaurant??? OLG is fire so I’m damn sure supporting this!' and one other follower said: 'Black-owned grocery stores are essential! I say build one!'
A follower said: 'Do the grocery store. You will change the game!' and someone else wrote this: 'In our black community we don’t have coffee places like scooter and Starbucks. You can drive everywhere and never see coffee places unless you pull up to McDonald’s or Bk smh I thought it was strange like damn black people do drink coffee!'
A follower wrote: 'I saw the Blue print long ago!! Let's go!' and more people praised the venue.
‘Our fight for racial equality in America begins with open dialogue. Don’t miss Race in America: A Movement Not A Moment TONIGHT @ 10/9c on @BravoTV,’ Kandi captioned her post.
Fans appreciated this and they made sure to praise the couple.