Kandi Burruss and Her Husband Todd Tucker Urge Fans to Vote in a New Post
'Real Housewives of Atlanta' stars Kandi Burruss and her husband Todd Tucker showed a united front as they encouraged people to go out and vote.
"We voted! Sidebar: The line wasn't long at all which bothers me...Y'all betta get out there & vote!"
The couple both looked casual in t-shirts as they displayed their stickers from the voting station. One fan shared their excitement and said, "yes! Go vote! Love y'all."
A fan commented on a photo of Kandi Burruss and her husband Todd Tucker leaving a voting station in Atlanta, Georgia | Source: Instagram.com/todd167
According toHollywood Life
, fans have been showing their support for the "Real Housewives of Atlanta," cast because they have been sharing photos of themselves going out to vote.
Nene Leakes, Tanya Sam, Porsha Williams, and Kenya Moore have all been encouraging the public to follow their lead. In an impassioned message, Kenya urged people to exercise their rights and to vote for change.
Only a day before they voted, Todd shared a touching story about his son, Ace Tucker, and a difficult conversation he had to have with him.
Along with a photo of his four-year-old dressed in a costume, he revealed that a year ago, Ace went to career day dressed as a police officer. While watching the news recently, Ace questioned Todd as to why the police were being described as bad people.
The reality star encouraged his followers to do their best to ensure that they have open and honest conversations with their children to prepare them for the realities of the world.
"It was so hard explaining to him that the police can also be the bad guys. He was so confused. And I'm still working on explaining to him the horrific acts of the police," Todd admitted.
Todd and Kandi have started instilling a lot of important values in Ace. The couple started a YouTube page called "Ace Plays and Giveaways." It shares content about their son and also gives away toys to other children.
The couple revealed that they came up with the idea after one of Ace's birthday parties, where they realized he had too many toys and would probably never play with them. They also wanted it to be a teaching lesson for him about giving to the less fortunate.