Rasheeda and husband, Kirk Frost, are having their shine in front of the Love & Hip Hop Atlanta cameras while their relationship may be losing its luster.
Rasheeda has been a professional rapper since the 90's and married to Kirk Frost for 14 years. Their total 16 year relationship has seen its share of ups, downs, delicious moments, one son together and disasters, but what they're going through now on national tv may be the last straw. In this second season of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta (LHHATL), tensions have flared since Rasheeda announced to Kirk, who is also her manager, that she is expecting baby. Although Kirk is the presumed father, he seems to doubt having any involvement in this transaction:
Rasheeda: "I got myself knocked up?"
Kirk: "I don't know. I really have doubts about it anyway."
Rasheeda: "I might be a lot of thangs, but a cheating a** woman, a cheating a** wife ain't one of 'em."
Kirk: "At the end of the day," Kirk says, "that right there will need a blood test."
...and on a subsequent episode, he says:
Kirk: "...take care of another man's child when I don't know where she's been...?"
Kirk also went on to say in a mumble that "it's not too late to X that there out of the picture (urging her to terminate the pregnancy)" and "if you heard what I heard" (implying that she's cheated/cheating with someone. Now, the rumor is that she has allegedly had relations with Lil Scrappy (Erica Dixon's ex-fiance and baby daddy and Shay 'Buckeey' Johnson's on/off boyfriend whom she refers to as having a brother/sister relationship with) and MempHitz (K.Michell'es ex-boyfriend, ex A&R, alleged ex-abuser, currently married to Antonia 'Toya' Wright (Lil Wayne's ex-wife) and ex-lover of Ariane of LHHATL). Obviously he may have others he is accusing her of being intimate with, but we all will just have to wait 'til the numbers/suspects are in.
We're bringing this story to you not to smear Rasheeda and/or Kirk Frost's name, but to bring a sad issue to light...again. Most times love relationships aired repeatedly on tv as entertainment don't work. We'll explain again: when people try to hookup on reality tv or showcase their established relationship on reality tv, something seems to go awry most times. This doesn't happen each time obviously, but it does happen too much. These love shows seem to cast a bad spell on relationships that, in real life, translate to failure. Yeah, the shows are fun to watch and can even be insightful at times, but all this is at the expense of those who have to go back to the absolute real world and deal with their dirty laundry now displayed all over the tube. In summary, true it's their choice to air their dirty laundry, but it's just a shame that it often doesn't come out clean in the end.