Rasheeda Frost Is Doing More Than Cooking In The Kitchen With Husband Kirk In New Lovey-Dovey Video
Boss Chick, Rasheeda Frost is bunkered down at home with her family as she waits and hopes that a solution is found that will put an end to the coronavirus pandemic that has put the world on pause.
Meanwhile, the former femcee has been bonding with her family and having fun with her husband, Kirk Frost.
Via Instagram, the businesswoman recently shared an adorable video where she is cooking up a storm in the kitchen with the help of her spouse.
The Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta stars could be seen laughing and giggling as she showed off her cooking skills while modeling a sexy outfit from her store.
Kirk was on lemonade duties, and he provided the family with one hell of a drink.
One fan said: "Kirk done made that lemonade 😂 love southern accents.😍"
Another commenter shared: "Yeeesss, I know that’s bout to slap. She is using Tony’s, ok!!!💪🏾💪🏾💪🏾💪🏾 Best seasoning in the game!"
This backer explained: "I see you got that good good creole seasoning."
A social media user wrote: "Yassss! Teamwork! Make the dream work! GO, TEAM! The food looks great.😍😍"
In a brand new interview, Rasheeda explained why she is only posting positive things on her Instagram page: “We already know what we are going through; we don’t have to talk about that s*** every second. Let’s enjoy life. I think it’s important for us to entertain ourselves. Take this time to have fun.
“Let’s stay motivated, driven, and focused. Don’t get frustrated, and let’s not get sidetracked. It can be stressful, but let’s continue to grow and build and set examples as mothers and leaders. It’s difficult, but we have to look at the lessons to be learned in all of this.”
She spoke about her romance with Kirk and the cheating scandal that almost destroyed it: “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.”
Rasheeda knows where she is going.