A shootout broke out at a restaurant owned by “Actual Housewives of Atlanta” star Kandi Burruss and her husband Todd Tucker final evening.
In response to native Atlanta information station 11-Alive, the capturing occurred at Blaze Steak and Seafood off Cascade Street close to Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson airport. Reportedly, police mentioned an worker was concerned in some form of combat and fired their gun, hanging one other worker within the arm.
The injured employee was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening accidents. The workers concerned haven’t been named publicly.
Whereas particulars concerning the incident are sparse presently, police mentioned the shooter remains to be at giant and no arrests have been made after the incident involving the coworkers.
No Remark From Kandi As She Closes Restaurant For ‘Workers Coaching’
To date, neither Kandi nor Todd have commented on the capturing incident that occurred within the restaurant they named after their daughter, Blaze. The restaurant, nevertheless, will likely be closing immediately for ‘workers coaching’ based on a publish shared on their Instagram web page. The announcement made no direct reference to the worker concerned capturing.
Blaze restaurant opened in 2020 after the fact TV couple opened two Previous Girl Gang Southern Delicacies eating places, additionally in Atlanta.
This capturing incident isn’t the primary to go down at a Burruss-Tucker owned enterprise. In 2020, a person entered the Previous Girl Gang restaurant and focused one other man, capturing three folks in East Level Atlanta based on police. Two bystanders have been additionally shot in that incident and all three victims suffered non-life-threatening accidents.