It is back to normal life for Rasheeda Frost and her worst nightmare, Jasmine Washington, after the explosive episode of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta where the confrontation of the year took place.
While Kirk’s estranged wife is busy on social media pushing her various businesses, Jasmine is having a field day flaunting her amazing body in a stunning copper bikini.
The petite stripper and Kirk’s baby mama also posted a dazzling picture where she is showcasing her hourglass figure in the little black dress she had on the day of face-to-face with Rasheeda.
Rasheeda tore through Jasmine for cheating and having a baby with her husband.
Both Kirk and Jasmine were speechless during Rasheeda’s epic monologue.
One fan said: “People act like this type of stuff doesn’t happen every day, it is what it is, the only important factor that is relevant at this point is that handsome child, NO ONE’s opinions or comments or hatred going to change the fact- that’s his son, I know lots of stuff isn’t posted to keep the viewers from knowing the outcome, but Jasmine I really hope your son and his father have connected and he is blending well with his siblings. A family is a family no matter how they came about !! Keep pushing and let every decision be a lesson to strengthen you not break you, you’re beautiful and human to be a perfect imperfection and keep ya head up luv !!!”
Another commenter claimed: “Beautiful lady!!! You are a very strong and humble young lady for obviously, begging for forgiveness. You are a sweet person I can tell. We all have F up in life but it’s not about what we go through, it’s about how we get through it… Continue to bless women with your positivity.”
A third person shared: “You finally said your peace. I was proud to see you allowed her to speak without saying anything mean or spiteful. Now raise your son, and the rest will work itself out. You’re a woman for what you attempted. You owned up to what you did, took responsibility and that’s all you can do. #Respect peace to you baby girl.”
It will be interesting to see if those two women will ever make peace.