Kandi Burruss Lands In Trouble After Making This Revelation About Her Daughter, Riley Burruss -- Some 'Real Housewives Of Atlanta' Fans Say This Is Too Much And Her Husband, Todd Tucker, Agrees

Kandi Burruss Lands In Trouble After Making This Revelation About Her Daughter, Riley Burruss -- Some 'Real Housewives Of Atlanta' Fans Say This Is Too Much And Her Husband, Todd Tucker, Agrees
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The latest episode of the hit Bravo series The Real Housewives of Atlanta shocked viewers with the revelation that Kandi Burruss pays $5,547 every month for the fancy two-bedroom apartment of her 16-year-old daughter, Riley Burruss.

Being the daughter of a famous mother has its perks, and Riley is no exception, as Kandi's connections in New York secured her child with an internship at a prestigious law firm in the big city.

Kandi thought that since her girl was going to be on her own in New York City, then she needed a new place to stay.

However, what Riley received was more than the ordinary intern is used to, as the apartment she is going to live in has an enormous rooftop terrace, and the place offers a beautiful view to the city.

43-year-old Kandi, accompanied by her spouse, Todd Tucker, their son, Ace, 3, and Todd's 23-year-old daughter, Kaela, visited Riley's future new home for a final inspection before the teenage settled in.

It seems that the reality TV star was impressed because when she saw the luxurious apartment, Kandi excitedly stated that Riley was living the life and later added, "She moving on up, like the Jeffersons" regarding her daughter.

Meanwhile, Todd also appeared moved by the privileged life Riley was leading by stating that even she was only sixteen, she got a Porsche and a high-rise apartment in the city.

However, even though Riley gets to enjoy a beautiful apartment and a vehicle, she still has a lot to learn, for example, the teenager was totally unaware that not every freezer had ice makers or that she has to clean her bathroom herself -- something she has never done before.

One person had this reaction to the video: "Everyone doesn't want their children to suffer and struggle. Some ppl don't feel the need to add that pain into their children's lives. Unfortunately, you grow spoiled, but you can still teach children to be still grateful compassionate beings."

Another Instagrammer wrote: "I agree with Todd..even though her mom has money..does mean that she does..learn to struggle and make it on your own first..that's spoiling a child of that age..that's crazy."

This social media user revealed: "Wow, she said she thought every freezer has an ice maker, just spoiled, but hey, when I moved at 18, I insisted on a fridge with the ice maker on the door. 🤣"

This is a new phase for the whole family.

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