Kandi Burruss Will Highlight Black-Owned Businesses During July
Kandi Burruss had an exciting message for her fans on social media. She will promote black-owned businesses during the next month.
'Happy Juneteenth! I want to highlight black-owned businesses during the month of July. Please tag as many as you know so that I can try them out & share their business with everyone else. Today for Juneteenth I’m showing love to @worldofunoia & @zeeblingz! Check them out follow & support! #KandiShop special edition!' Kandi captioned her post.
A follower said: 'I am literally in tears!! ❤️❤️❤️ This means so much to me! I am so happy to know you got my gift!!! Thank you for this shout out, your words mean the world to me!'
Someone else posted this: 'Congratulations @brande.elise and thank you @kandi for sharing!!! I’m ordering NOW‼️'
A follower said: '@thetinachin .. @kandi I want to promote this lady’s small business. She has fought a bunch of odds to get to this point. I watch her start her business from nothing and now she has a space in NY and she hires other people! She bakes cupcakes 🧁, 👰 weddings and birthday 🎂.....she donated her products to front line workers during the heights of the covid crisis in NYC...she helps tons of people in Jamaica all the time by paying for funerals, providing families with groceries and school supplies!'
The commenter continued and said: 'She has helped lots of single mothers with groceries in Jamaica during the COVID crisis as well, money from her own pocket. You can order her products online, and she is very professional! I ordered her cupcakes, and they were well packaged, delicious, very fresh, and yummy on arrival! She is a mother to 3 gorgeous kids and a glamma to 2 of the cutest little girls you will ever lay eyes on...I wish her much success and prosperity. [email protected] her business! Tina Popup Cake Shop!!!'
Other than this, Kandi shared a gorgeous photo featuring her family for Juneteenth.
Kaela Tucker is also present there, and this made fans really happy because they’re always complaining that the young lady is missing from the family gatherings.