Kirk Frost shares photo of his and Rasheeda's son, showing off how fast he is growing
Singer and songwriter Kirk Frost, best known for the reality TV show Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta, took to Instagram to share a photo of his son sitting on a car.
In the image, almost-five-year-old Karter was shown sitting on the trunk of a white Porsche 911 Turbo S. The boy, who was considerably younger in the picture, was wearing white shoes, blue jeans, and a red and black hoodie.
For the caption, Kirk revealed that it was a Throwback. Apart from that, he added that time flies and that Karter is the boss of the house nowadays.
As soon as he uploaded that photo, his fans and followers took to the comment section to share their thoughts. One of them was Instagram user Samar Johnson, who pointed out that Karter was a handsome little boy.
That picture was uploaded a couple of days after Rasheeda Frost, Kirk’s wife, revealed the real status of the couple’s relationship after slamming Jasmine Washington during the reunion show of LHHA.
As Celebritist reported, Rasheeda and Jasmine were the protagonists of a nasty confrontation during the previously mentioned show. Rasheeda blamed Jasmine for coming to her and revealing the truth about her baby with Kirk.
Jasmine kept saying that her intention was not creating tension between the couple but to sincerely apologize for having an affair with Kirk. However, Rasheeda responded that if that was true, she should have talked to her from the beginning and not on TV.
As a way to defend herself, Jasmine reminded Rasheeda that her husband of almost two decades had lied to her before about the two-year-old son he fathered with Jasmine, who is a former stripper.
Rasheeda even said that if Jasmine would have kept ‘her legs closed’ there wouldn’t be a child. While many people considered that Jasmine has part of the blame, Kirk is also the second half of the problem.
Twitter user @One_DopeChick said that Rasheeda not only should be mad at Jasmine but also at Kirk as the former striper owed Rasheeda ‘no loyalty.’