Kirk Frost gets slammed for dressing 'inappropriately for his age' in photo with wife Rasheeda
Singer and TV personality Kirk Frost, best known for "Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta," was slammed over the clothes he wore in a photo that his wife Rasheeda uploaded to Instagram.
In the images, Rasheeda appeared wearing wide-boot blue jeans, as well as a colorful blouse covered with a big red jacket. As for the accessories, the lady chose a blue purse and big rounded earrings.
Kirk, 49, who was posing next to his wife, appeared wearing black and red shoes, red pants, a black shirt, a red jacket, and a red hat. As for the accessories, he put on several necklaces, a wristband, and a watch.
As soon as that image hit Instagram, several people took to the comment section to share their thoughts. While most people praised the couple, some others took their time to criticize Kirk for not dressing "age appropriately."
"why is he still dressing like that? Isn’t he forty +" wondered one follower.
"Lol look at Kirk...about 60 trying to look like a teenager," said a second commenter.
"Kirk looks like a clown here, no shade but that’s not the way a man his age should be dressing!" finished another one.
Unfortunately, Rasheeda also got her share of backlash, especially for her blonde wig. People told her that she should be more careful with the color of her wigs as the blonde ones were not the best for her. Many more people praised both Rasheeda and Kirk, though, proving that a person would never please everybody.
KEITH FROST'S PASSING
It is not the first time that Kirk makes headline recently, though, as he started the year in a very tragic way after his oldest brother, Keith Frost, passed away. In a slideshow that Kirk uploaded to honor his brother, he wrote that he lost his mother in January 2018 and that his brother passed one year later.
“I don’t even know what to say, man, I love you & thank you for being that big brother who looked out for all your brothers me, Kevin & Poncho you took on that roll & made sure you did all you could for us growing up,” wrote Kirk in the caption.
The celebrity added that he felt thankful for having the opportunity to talk one day before his passing "just to say what up & we love each other." Finally, Kirk admitted that Keith was fighting with all he had but that God had "the last say."
So far, the details of Keith's passing are not clear. Other celebrities, including Kandi Burruss, Tiny Harris, and Tammy Rivera shared their condolences on social media.