Poor Rasheeda Frost, her good name is getting dragged in the mud because of a bitter altercation that took place between her mother, Shirleen Harvell, and two fans who visited her Pressed store in Atlanta.
A video has surfaced showing two ladies at the store having a nasty exchange with Rasheeda’s mother after she refused to take a picture with them.
The fans insulted Kirk Frost’s mother-in-law, and she hit back with a long list of profanities.
Fans of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta are debating the matter because some think Shirleen has the right to refuse to take photos with people who did not purchase any items.
Others say she needs to protect her daughter’s brand at any cost.
One person reacted to the viral video by saying: “I think that’s messed up. How you gone charge to take a pic with the fan and you’re not performing for them. Just take the pic it comes with being a celebrity. That’s really awful that you sell it out of your store for pics. So if her thirsty ass fans don’t have money to spend, you can’t show the ve that’s why I don’t waste my time with these d list celebrities.”
Another lady sided with Karter and Ky’s grandmother after watching the video by writing: “Rasheeda I’m so sorry your mom got disrespected the way she did. If I were their mom, I would be embarrassed. They only hurt themselves. It’s a place of business first. She’s not under any obligation to take pics. They didn’t purchase anything, they went with Intentions of taking a pic and going to eat. She’s older than you, why go in and disrespect her like that? She said no, it’s no! No argument should have proceeded. Ppl are ratchet at the end of the day. SMH. In NY we don’t go to Fat Joe’s store with Intentions of pics, you buy and go, a pic is a bonus.”
This third supporter had the following to say: “Rasheeda, I just want to tell you that I love ya Mother?. She is the bomb. I saw the whole video they wanted a picture with her, but the policy is they have to purchase something, and they can get a pic they didn’t buy anything she kept trying to tell them the system they started with attitude first, and she’s not obligated to take a picture.”
Who is right and who is wrong in this story?