"4-4-14 Was one of the best days of my life!"
April 4th is a special day for Kandi Burruss and her husband Todd Tucker–it’s their anniversary!
The Real Housewives Of Atlanta star shared a special photo post on Instagram in honor of her husband to commemorate three years of wedded bliss.
“4-4-14 Was one of the best days of my life!,” she wrote in the caption. “I married @todd167 the love of my life. Since then life has just gotten better & I feel so blessed! I love you babe! We made it to our 3yr anniversary & im looking forward to the next 30!!!”
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Tucker shared sweet sentiments as well, writing joyful words for his wife saying, “the one you pray with is the one you stay with! I remember when she asked me to get on my knees and pray with her! That’s when I knew she would be my wife! She’s given me a beautiful family! 3 [years] down and a life time of more love, faither and Turn up!”
Burruss and Tucker tied the knot in a special Bravo reality series which chronicled their road to the altar and ever since they’ve been enjoying their happily ever after!
[MUSIC] I don't feel like I get moved by money as much as I get moved by my accomplishment. You know, it makes me feel good to be able to say "Wow, I did this!" So what can you say to people who wanna go in business with friends or family members? Oh gosh. [LAUGH] I do not believe in going into business with somebody just because they're your friend or your family member. Don't just call Bebe, to run the store, or, you know, run the restaurant, you know because they're your cousin or something. They have to be somebody who has knowledge of that business. I feel like my family has my back like nobody else. But, at the same time I had to fire one of my cousins one time from working in my office. Mm-hm. And my whole family mad at me to this day. [LAUGH] People who are not putting in the work Who are not putting in the efforts might seem to rise when you might be struggling in a situation. How do you overcome those instances? Cut them off. [LAUGH] [APPLAUSE] If they're not putting in the work, then they're kind of slowing down your productivity. So why are they there. I can't stand negative Nancy's. I don't want you sitting up here telling my why this ain't gonna work. I don't know why you doing that. I don't know. I don't want to hear that. How is it that you can just make a decision that's best for you and say be damned what the world thinks? I've seen it break people down. You know, worrying about what other people think, you know, and I just can't, I can't deal with it.