‘I’m so proud of my Acey Pooh! He got his first role in a movie & they had their first table read today. He’s excited & we’re excited for him! My little superstar @acetucker! ⭐️’ Kandi captioned her post.
Someone else said: ‘On thing bout you! You are going make sure everybody eats!’ and someone else said: ‘congratulations ace!! good job Kandi such a good supportive mom!’
A follower said: ‘Congrats little guy!! Making moves early 🙌🏾 love to see it. He’s so adorable 😍😍😍🔥’ and someone else posted this: ‘Girl you don’t play!! Yessssss booo! Everyone gotta earn that check!! ❤️❤️’
Someone else said: ‘Congratulations Ace! Good job Kandi.’
Someone else said: ‘Congratulations Acey Pooh!❤️ We know you’re going to knock your part out of the box!❤️😍❤️….. Wishing you all the best!!’
A follower posted this: ‘He knows how to read already? That’s awesome my daughter who is also 4 doesn’t.’
A commenter said: ‘We are so proud Ace of you. How much of your beloved brother do you see in Ace? Does he remind you of him any? Can you put a side by side of both of them?’
Someone else said: ‘Ace is a spitting image of your mom, the lovely Ms. Joyce. Side note rant: No matter what anyone says about you, you are the real deal and so is your family. We all can relate to the dynamics. I really appreciate the authenticity you offer while still being able to keep some things to yourself. I’ve seen the growth and it’s a beautiful thing. Can’t wait to come down to the A and head to @oldladygang for lunch and @blazesteakandseafood for dinner because the food looks good.’
The same follower said: ‘I was supposed to be down there in January for my birthday but it’s looking real Covid ish so ima wait a few more weeks until things calm down. Well, that all I got! I just wanted you to know that many of us appreciate you and your family. I feel like apart of the family looking from the outside in when watching you all on tv. Funny as I’m typing this and the next song on my playlist is I Just Know from your Kandi Koated album. It’s still a banga! 🙌🏽🙏🏽’
Kandi Burruss shared a really important message on her social media account.
It’s about daughters, mothers, and women in general. Check out her post.