PHOTOS: Kandi Burruss & Todd Tucker Take a Mini Honeymoon

Posted on Apr 14 2014 - 2:22pm by Editor



Kandi Burruss and Todd Tucker recently tied the knot on April 4th but the newlyweds have been too busy to take a honeymoon.  Todd has been tied up working on a production project while Kandi is busy with BedroomKandi.  Despite their hectic schedules, Mr. & Mrs. Tucker managed to escape to the Bahamas this weekend for mini honeymoon.

The couple flew to the Bahamas this weekend to celebrate the birthday of their friend, Will Power Packer. The couple frolicked on the beach and Kandi shared many of the pics on her Instagram.

“Ok I’m lame,” Kandi captioned one pic, showing her hand on top of Todd’s. “Sitting at the party taking pics of [Todd] and my ring. Lol! I’m loving being a newlywed!”

Check out pictures from their quick weekend getaway below:








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  • Babson_Chick

    They’re a cute couple so I hope they make it. Glad Kandi finally got a man and a wedding. Go girl!!


    If I have a object (book) I want to sell in the state of New Jersey, at a
    table I set up at the local mall, not in a store, or outside in my
    driveway (think garage sale, lemonade stand), or Kim D events, there are certain tax
    guidelines that are required by NJ law of the vendor (myself).

    1. Register with NJ FILING form #NJREG
    after completion of form #NJREG a confirmation number will be assigned.

    2. Certificate of authorization must be obtained

    3. Official sale tax of authority will be issued

    4. Vendor then may sell an item such as a book or lemonade.

    5. Form #ST54 must be filed quarterly with 7% sales tax collect and monies turned over to NJ.

    6. File Federal Schedule C – the income on line must then go into NJ1040 FORM

    NJ state business tax I.D. is required

    NJ state sales tax I.D. number is required

    NJ state 7% sales tax must be collect at the time of the sale with a receipt given for each individual sale transaction.

    If I set a table up at a mall or garage sale and sold a book for $25 cash.
    I am required by NJ state tax laws to keep accurate current accounting
    log books of each transaction.

    Even though I state I am selling a book for $25 cash and receive $25 cash I the vendor must pay NJ a $1.75 for each book sold.

    If I were to give out the REQUIRED sales transaction receipt, I could
    write on the receipt that I sold the book for $23.37 x 7% = $25.00 with
    $1.63 going to the state of NJ on form #ST54.

    However, I can ONLY claim the $1.63 and not the $1.75 if I gave the required receipt to the

    purchaser at the time of transaction. If I failed to give the purchaser
    a receipt and collected $25 cash, I must pay NJ a $1.75 on each

    I can not say I sold 16 books and collected $400 in cash and then turn that $400 over to a charity.

    I can not state I gave NephCure $400 receiving a receipt from NephCure and filing a charitable tax donation deductible.

    I can sell 16 books earn $400, File federal tax forms, pay state of NJ
    $1.75 for each book sold or lemonade sold with 7% on form #ST54.

    I can donate any amount I want to any charity and choose to claim that on my federal form or choose not to claim a donation.

    What Teresa Giudice did on video on March 19, 2014 is illegal and fraudulent under NJ state sale tax code and NJ Business Laws.


  • brasserie

    All the best to Kandi and Todd. May their love, happiness and mutual respect triumph over the idiocy and jealousy.

  • Sara

    Kandi looks beautiful. May God bless their union.

  • Congrats to the happy couple! Kandi is glowing and this is the best I have ever seen her look. I like these two as a couple.