It seems that Christmas arrived early in the Burruss house, because Riley Burruss received an unexpected gift in the form of a letter from New York University, telling him that it had been accepted at the institution.
Proud mother of future student Kandi Burruss seems very pleased with her daughter’s success, as she posted what happened on her Instagram on December 16, saying how proud she was that Riley entered ‘university.
The reality star of The Real Housewives of Atlanta developed the subject via her YouTube channel, where she gave more details on what awaits Riley in the near future.
In her YouTube video, the 43-year-old Xscape singer appeared alongside her daughter, and the two discussed what they thought of Riley’s great achievement.
According to Kandi, although her daughter lived in a luxury apartment while she was an intern in New York during the summer, this time it was more likely that she would be staying in a dormitory.
The reality TV star explained that Riley got the apartment for $ 5,500 a month as living space during her internship, because at the time, she had to set up her own accommodation.
In the video, Riley agreed with her mother and said that she would not be in an expensive apartment, even if she would love it.
Kandi said, “I know everyone stumbled when you had your apartment in New York. When she was doing her internship… she had to set up her own accommodation, and that is how she ended up having an apartment. But this time, you’re going to have to have a dorm. “
Riley added, “Yeah, I’ll be in a dorm, don’t worry, guys! I won’t be in an expensive apartment. I wish I was! But yes, I’ll be in a dorm.”
At this point, Kandi asked the 17-year-old if she was ready to be in a dorm, to which Riley replied “No … mm mm”.
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The family duo also talked about what should be done with Riley’s old bedroom, now that she no longer lives with her mother, and Riley was adamant in her decision to keep the bedroom the same.
The duo appear close.