Over the weekend, Rasheeda Frost stole the spotlight at Kandi Burruss’ much-talked-about Dungeon Party. And by the looks of things, Kirk was glued to his wife all night during the raunchy event.
The Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta star wore for a black lace jumpsuit that revealed her killer curves. To complete the look, Rasheeda opted for a blonde wig and red bottom shoes.
Rasheeda made a quick change from sexy to very classy with a tutu-like skirt and very conservative blouse.
In a recent interview, Rasheeda revealed that she is not like other women and she knows how to gain respect in the male-dominated industry and business world where she operates.
The reality TV star claimed that her ambition and self-respect have been instrumental in being a successful entrepreneur in life.
The diva made it clear she wants to amass a vast fortune very fast because she wants to retire, live the good life, and of course, enjoy her sons — Ky and Karter.
She said: “Yes and I think it affects a lot of women, especially when you’re trying something new after already being in the limelight. I was always an outlier in my music career. I was an independent artist on my own label, and I was a woman trying to gain respect in a male-dominated industry. It was tough, and it took a toll on me. I doubted myself and felt like I had to work so much harder than anyone else. My ambition and self-respect kept me going. Now that I am a business owner, I have doubted if I could keep going and be successful with the many things I am working on. But you only get one shot at life. I need to go after the things I want so that when I get older, I can relax, travel, and take care of my children.”
The former femcee added: “Many women ask me how I balance all of the things that I do it. And it’s really about staying driven and being flexible. There isn’t one right path to be successful. But, it definitely comes from personal motivation, drive and being ok with not knowing the answers. You also can’t let others discourage you. We live in a time where people are always trying to knock your hustle or take you out of the game by trying to be your competition. Even if you’re doing something that someone else is doing, figure out a way to do it your own way, a better way. Find your niche and grow from there.”
This woman has a real head on her shoulders.