Kandi Burruss Is Struggling While Her Daughter, Riley Burruss, Is Killing Everyone's Favorite TikTok Savage Challenge In This Video
The mother/daughter duo, who took TikTok by storm, is back at it. Kandi Burruss and her teen daughter, Riley Burruss, recently teamed up and had some real fun on the TikTok #SavageChallenge, which is set up on Megan Thee Stallion's newly-released song by the same name.
The video posted by The Real Housewives of Atlanta stars went viral for two reasons -- Riley can seriously dance, and Kandi is a terrible dancer!
Everyone had something to say about Riley and Kandi's take on the "Savage Challenge."
One person said: "Quarantine got us like🔥🔥 #savage @theestallion follow me on TikTok @rileyburruss 🤩."
Another commenter shared: "You need to get more into the dance moves🤣😂. Riley is making you look bad😍to let me find out @rileyburruss got the twerk moves! Practicing in that room, lol!!!"
This follower chimed in: "Kandi will tell you she can’t dance, and it shows. Yes, Riley can really DANCE; she must get that from her Dad's side...lmbo.😂😂"
An Instagrammer revealed: "I'm just here for the daughter😍😍💕💕She watched you the whole time. All of you cute. Lol, @kandi, you were struggling trying to keep up with Riley....too cute / love it!. Khandi will tell you she can’t dance, and it shows. I love how your mother raised you... You see the difference from the other celeb children your respectful & DIFFERENT.!!!"
A fifth comment read: "Yaaaaaas mommy-daughter duo!!! Freeness on my page, guys!! Click it!!!🔥🙌 Lawwwdddd Kandi is trying 😂😂 I’d be the same way. We miss you, Riley!! Hhhh again super congrats to you going to NYU! hhhhhhhh super super :)))))) "
This supporter wrote: "Lord somebody get momma Kandi back on the beat😩❤️❤️❤️ I love seeing your personality more with these posts. Go ahead, love. 💕"
While Riley is a great dancer, she is no match for her mom, who is highly successful in the music industry.
Kandi recently opened up about her impressive career:
"We were definitely at the beginning of it. LaFace had just moved to Atlanta in the early ’90s, started their label here, and brought a lot of opportunities for a lot of people to do their thing. Dallas Austin was on the forefront of developing artists then. So it was Jermaine Dupri. They all were a part of the TLC project, and there were several acts buzzing at the same time. Having LaFace come here got people in the industry to pay attention to Atlanta. The guys in OutKast and I went to high school together, you know, all artists dreaming together in the same class."
The two ladies appear to get along well.