Rasheeda Buckner-Frost, the wife of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta star Kirk Frost, has allegedly been cheated on by her reality star husband. According to a BET article that sites Bossip.com, Kirk Frost’s alleged mistress, Jasmine Washington, 27, has a 6-month old son by Kirk, and is suing him for child support.
Kirk and Rasheeda have been married for over 17 years. Read on to learn more about Rasheeda.
1. She Was a Member of the Teenage Hip Hop Group ‘Da Kaperz’
Rasheeda, 34, is originally from Decatur, Georgia, and entered the music industry at a young age. As a teenager, she was part of a girl group called ‘Da Kaperz’ with two friends.
According to VH1, the group was signed to D-Lo Management, and since Rasheeda was under age at the time, her mother had to sign the group’s paperwork.
‘Da Kaperz’ broke up in 1999, at which point Rasheeda decided to pursue a solo career. At the time of the split, they had released one album.
2. She Has Released Six Albums as a Solo Artist
A year after leaving Da Kaperz, Rasheeda started to work as a solo artist, and her debut album, Dirty South, was released in 2001.
The rapper then came out with her second album A Ghetto Dream, followed by GA Peach in 2006, Dat Type of Gurl in 2007, and Certified Hot Chick in 2009. Her most recent album, Boss Chic Music, was released in 2012 through Google Play, and many of the songs were featured on Season 10 of Bad Girls Club: Atlanta. According to VH1, Rasheeda was nominated for a BET “Best Female Hip Hop Artist of the Year” Award in 2010 and 2013.
3. She Has Two Sons With Kirk Frost
Rasheeda married Kirk Frost, from D-Lo Entertainment (who originally signed ‘Da Kaperz’), in 1999. Together, the couple has two sons: Ky, born on October 4, 2000, and Karther, born on August 21, 2013.
Rasheeda and Kirk met through mutual friends. She tells Ebony, “With the things that aren’t so good about me, my husband is a lot better at, so those are the things you let him deal with. I’m like the out going, loud mouth, go off, go crazy type and he’s the laid back, cool dude, so that’s good. As far as relationships and stuff like that, just take it slow. Don’t try to rush anything, try to learn as much about the person as you possibly can because the worse thing about dating somebody and liking somebody is finding out a bunch of crazy stuff about them after you fall in love with them.”
4. Rasheeda Said She and Kirk Were ‘in a Good Place’ in 2016
Speaking with VH1 in August of last year, Rasheeda said that though she Kirk had spent previous seasons of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta arguing, the two had moved past that. When VH1 asked her how her relationship with Kirk was, she responded, “Yeah, since we’re in a good place they don’t wanna show a ton of us because we don’t have any drama and he’s not out here messing with b—hes. [Laughs]”. She later added on, “More of Kirk and I’s issues now are like business issues, we’re really trying to build and grow and him always thinking I’m trying to jump the gun on s–t all the time but we’re in a good place as friends and as business partners.”
Speaking with Ebony in 2012, Rasheeda said that it can be difficult having a husband for a manager, but that over the year’s the couple has learned to separate the business world from home. “It’s crazy how it works but you really have to work at it, you really have to try to find that personal time and that’s been something that he and I really have to work on, which is just taking time for ourselves and not letting so much outside stuff come in between us.”
5. She Has Her Own Makeup Line, Apparel Website, and Boutique
Along with appearing on Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta, Rasheeda is an accomplished businesswoman, and has her own makeup line (Poiz Cosmetics), apparel website (Imbossy.com), and store called Pressed Boutique.
In 2015, Rasheeda appeared on Rosewood as a character named Scumptious. Her songs have also been featured in TVs and movies like Nashville (the pilot episode), Paul Blart: Mall Cop, The Fog, and Beauty Shop.