Kandi Burruss teamed up with her celebrity friends, Rasheeda and Toya Johnson to support women empowerment as the three stars posed in stylish black outfits.
Over several weeks "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Kandi Burruss has been using her platform to support black business owners across the country.
She has been highlighting the products of local entrepreneurs, which include some of her castmates such as Kenya Moore, Cynthia Bailey, and Eva Marcille.
To further her cause in supporting black businesses, Kandi turned to her other celebrity friends, "T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle" star Toya Johnson and Rasheeda from "Love & Hip Hop."
Each of the women came together and posed for a photoshoot to represent what Kandi called a "Beautiful Boss."
The three women looked sophisticated as they posed in stylish black outfits. Kandi encouraged people to tag their businesses, themselves, and also friends they think embodied what it means to be a boss. In her caption, Kandi wrote:
"Beautiful, Bossy, Determined, Resilient, Confidant, Supportive, Nurturing, Bold, Creative, etc... We're a whole movement!"
One fan couldn't help admiring the gorgeous women and commented, "looking, good ladies." The stylist for the photoshoot expressed his love of the beautiful picture.
A fan commented on a photo of Kandi Burruss, Toya Johnson, and Rasheeda dressed in black | Source: Instagram.com/kandi
Supporting a female artist almost proved to be an obstacle for Kandi in the late 1990s. It is reported while working on Destiny’s Child's album, "The Writings On The Wall," Kandi had to work with her ex-boyfriend's new partner.
Kandi revealed that after breaking up with Brandon Casey from Jagged Edge, she had to work on with LaTavia Roberson, who was dating Brandon at the time.
In an interview with 9Mag TV, Kandi said that despite her reservations and fears about how their interactions would be, her time working with Destiny's Child was pleasant.
Kandi said the group members all received her warmly, and she helped them write five songs for their album, which included hits such as, "Bug-A-Boo" and "Bills, Bills, Bills."