Todd Tucker posted a video featuring his and Kandi Burruss’ son Ace Wells Tucker. A lot of followers said that they are truly happy that the game which Ace has is still around.
Check out the video that Todd shared on his social media account.
Someone said: ‘Oh wow glad to know this game is still around,’ and another follower posted this message: ‘I had this as a kid.’
A commenter said: ‘Y’all should get Bop it….if you don’t already have it,’ and one other follower said: ‘I hate that game Sorry & connect4 was it for me.’
Another follower posted this: ‘Love it. I still have my original one #Love💞’ and someone else said: ‘Fun game… family night favourite. Good luck, Daddy daycare…lol. U got this Todd.’
A follower posted this: ‘This was my game!!! I had 2 big and 1 travel size Simon,’ and someone else said: ‘Have to tap colours as they light up, loved this game when I was a kid.’
‘Ok babe @kandi “come on home”! Can’t hold us back stronger as we!’ Todd captioned her post.
Kandi Burruss was featured on a really great album, and you can check out the video that she shared on her social media account – it’s the same one Todd shared.
‘It’s time to #ComeOnHome yall! Thanks, @davidbanner for including me on such a dope record, with great people, for a great cause! Everybody add #ComeOnHome to your playlist now! On all music platforms. Produced by @thxbeats and @davidbanner featuring @neyo @tpain @ericbellinger @kandi @bigkrit @tromboneshorty,’ Kandi captioned her post.
Kandi and Todd are living their best lives with their kids.