Boss Chick Rasheeda Frost has decided to make a bold political statement via a stunning America dress that Donald Trump might not like.
The Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta star took to social media, and she shared a picture where she is wearing a white dress with the following message splashed on the front: “God Save America.”
Kirk Frost’s wife debuted her natural hair in the picture that was taken in her store in Atlanta.
She captioned the photo: “Work mode!!! America Dress Available In-store & online link in bio or just come holla!”
The dressed sparked a debate.
One person said: “I thought she was wearing a chick fil a bag dress I’m hungry now. I love what it says but you just can’t where in America. The prettiest lil lady…Rasheeda I admire you so much! So genuine and humble! Receive all your blessings, honey!! I prefer the natural hair. Takes me back to when you first came out. Love the message, but your dress looks like a nightgown right about now.”
Another commenter wrote: “Hurricane Florence floods my whole city, where is Trump? God or Obama should save America. I Adore you Rasheeda. You are definitely a Real Woman! You hold your own & and your family down too. Your family got your back because they know you are a Number One Stunna!!!!! I love Rasheeda she’s a boss I especially care for that dress and what it said.”
This follower shared: “Rasheeda now I love your Style cute. But girl what the Hell you have on looks like you supporting the KKK SORRY!!!!!!”
In a recent interview, Rasheeda explained that she is not complacent in life nor in her businesses.
The former femcee said: “It’s important not to be complacent. I’ve always been driven to create things. I have vision boards of what I want to accomplish, and I keep myself motivated to get things done. It’s also important to do the things you enjoy and solve problems that are relevant to you. Take my exercise video, I get so much pleasure, and gratification from working out and being healthy has always been a part of my life.”
She added: “I was a gymnast as a young girl and played basketball throughout high school. It’s easy to be active when you’re young. But it’s an uphill battle when you start having kids and seeing that weight is falling on you a little differently and staying on a little longer. I’m on TV, so I always want to look my best. But it’s a problem that anyone can have. I am helping people take care of themselves while I take care of myself.”
What are your thoughts on the dress?