Rasheeda Frost Melts Donald Trump Supporter's Heart With This Video

Rasheeda Frost Melts Donald Trump Supporter's Heart With This Video
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What quarantine life? Rasheeda Frost has decided to show fans that she is living her best life and looking beyond fabulous while in self-isolation with her husband, Kirk Frost, and their son, Karter.

Note that their teen son, Ky, has moved out of the family home. The Boss Chick recently took to social media, where she delighted her millions of followers with unexpected hair color.

The mother of two posted a video where she is flaunting four new hair colors, all at once -- known as a rainbow color.

The Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta star, who was promoting a new wig, looked flawless, and fans are baffled that at 43 years old, she looks like a teenager.

One fan had this to say to the businesswoman: "You can rock anything, and Love theses color boo.😍😍"

Another commenter explained: "Them colors look good on you beautiful. This is beautiful 🔥."

This person stated: "Always Beautiful Girly. Beauty’s your middle name 😊 I’m happy to have followed you."

This backer shared this odd comment about President Donald Trump: "Rasheeda, I love you. Will you bear my child and pledge allegiance to Trump😍😍😍😍😍🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌."

In a recent interview, Rasheeda opened up about closing her businesses and being at home because of the coronavirus by saying: “It’s sad, it’s disappointing, and it’s devastating — especially to my employees who have been loyal and working hard for me. Pressed is a destination. To be a business owner and none of your businesses are open is pretty bad.”

She went on to reveal: “What a lot of people don’t know is that I’ve been online for over ten years now. Previously, my online store was called I’m Bossy. Then I changed the name over to Pressed. So we’ve always been popping that way — we’ve just picked it up a little bit. We’re still getting a lot of people ordering and supporting us — but it’s nothing like the physical locations. We miss our customers.”

She concluded by: “I got to give teachers props because it can be a little much. We’re just figuring out a good schedule for it and trying to have a good structure, so we don’t get too out of control.”

Rasheeda is a real boss, she is expanding her brand.

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