Kandi Burruss and husband Todd Tucker's national tour for their musical "A Mother's Love" has been cancelled. Burruss took to Instagram to deliver the bad news, expressing to fans that she was caught off guard by the shows ending, while placing blame on the tour’s promoter.
Read Kandi’s open letter:
I licensed A Mother's Love to A promoter with high expectations of finally seeing my creation go on the road and I am very saddened and frustrated by the cancellation of the tour. More than that my heart goes out to the cast who all are AMAZINGLY talented. We really worked hard to put together an awesome show. It breaks my heart that we wont be able to put on this show for my fans who have bought tickets, & who all were looking forward to seeing it. I stand with them in disbelief and despair that this has happened and was caught off guard as well. I want to thank everyone who have supported all of the projects I have worked on. I hope you understand that the cancellation was beyond my control. Please don't hold it against me! I know that a lot of tickets were sold & from what I understand they will be refunded. Thank you to all the people who tweeted showing excitement for the show & sending love my way. I was suppose to be headed to Detroit this weekend & to find out that we're not going kills me. To all the fans who volunteered to be on the street teams promoting the show I promise to make it up to you! I love you guys! Thanks for your love & understanding. Much Love, Kandi
Following a successful Atlanta debut, as captured on "The Real Housewives of Atlanta," Burruss announced the 29-city tour that included stops in Detroit, Miami, Memphis, Nashville, Las Vegas, Cleveland, Los Angeles, New York and Philadelphia.
We hope she can bring it back after they get it right!