Rasheeda Frost And Husband Kirk Frost Filmed Their Latest Video In Their Luxury Bedroom, And Boss Chick Has A Lot To Say About His Energy
This quarantine life is great for Rasheeda Frost and her husband, Kirk Frost. The couple, of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta fame, is staying put in their home in Atlanta, Georgia due to the coronavirus pandemic.
They are bonding with their son, Karter, having fun in the kitchen, and enjoying their wonderful "vacation." This week, Rasheeda shared a sweet video where she is going at it with Kirk because he is tired of fixing all the types of furniture she keeps buying.
He gave a tour of their fancy bedroom and begged her to stop buying stuff online. Rasheeda captioned the clip: "I was minding my business chilling on my bed from @idecorateatlanta & here comes @frost117 ... I’m just saying you can do the housework stop complaining; it’s not like we don’t have time 😜😜 outfit from pressedatl.com."
One fan said: "You’ve been working him since the first day of Corona. He tired boss! Let him live!"
Another backer claimed: "That bedroom vibe is absolutely stunning! Loveeeee that so elegant;))"
This person stated: "She said that’s why you should have some energy. 😭😭😭"
In a recent interview, Rasheeda spoke about saving her marriage after the cheating drama and love child with Jasmine Washington
She revealed: “The road can get really, really rough. You have to communicate and figure out a way to make sure you’re taking care of each other. Kirk and I have been friends, and we’ve been through our ups and our downs. The good times are really good and the bad times are bad — but they’re experiences. We understand each other a lot more, and we’re just making sure we make time for each other when it seems like things are getting kind of crazy.”
The former femcee added: “I think not only has it made me stronger, but it’s also made our foundation stronger. Being on reality television, sometimes you don’t want to share because you’re embarrassed. But on some real sh-t, everybody’s life isn’t what they [pretend] it is on social media. I’ve met so many people who have been through the same thing and then it turns into a testimony. People say, ‘oh my God, you helped me make it through my situation.’ It was hurtful, painful, and it was devastating. But at the end of the day, I feel like that’s what I was supposed to do. We were supposed to live our life transparently. That’s what we signed up for, and that’s what we did.”
Things appear to be good for the couple.