Kandi Burruss Net Worth – What is Kandi Burruss Worth Now?

How Rich is Kandi Burruss

What is Kandi Burruss’ net worth?

The uncategorized has amassed a net worth of $40 million.

Kandi Burruss – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $40 million
Date of birth: May 17, 1976 (47 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 159

Biography – A Short Wiki

Kandi Burruss was born May 17, 1976 in College Park, Georgia. She dated Russell “Block” Spencer and has one daughter with him. In 2014, Kandi married Todd Tucker, who is a former producer of The Real Housewives of Atlanta. Burruss was starring on this show and that’s where the couple also met. Except acting and reality TV shows, Burruss is also active as a songwriter and a singer!


Kandi Burruss made her debut in the entertainment business at the age of 15 with ‘Teen Summit’ on a BET series. She has also made cameos in series like ‘Chef Roble & Co,’ ‘Let’s stay together,’ ‘Thicker than Water: The Tankards,’ and ‘Single Ladies.’

Kandi Burruss Net Worth
Kandi Burruss is looking supreme as ever, and her net worth isn’t too bad either.

Personal Life

Kandi Burruss gave birth to her first child, Riley Burruss, whom she had with her then-boyfriend Russell Spencer. In 2009, she even got engaged to Ashley Jewell after dating him for a few months. But unfortunately, Jewell died due to so some serious head injuries which were produced during a brawl.


“But I hate when I look out for somebody and then it doesn’t come back the same.”

— Kandi Burruss

“Bedroom Kandi is a favorite. It’s something that people told me not to do, and I did it anyway and it worked out great. And then I have Bedroom Kandi consultants across the country.”

— Kandi Burruss

“The music industry is up and down. Sometimes the people love you, and sometimes they don’t. I wanted to be the owner of multiple businesses that were financially profitable and sustainable.”

— Kandi Burruss

“When I’m in the studio, I’m experimenting, trying things on.”

— Kandi Burruss

“I want to build businesses that are high quality, socially conscious, and for the people.”

— Kandi Burruss