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‘He Never Looks Happy’: Kirk Frost Dragged for Looking ‘Unhappy’ With Rasheeda Frost

Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” actor Kirk Frost is being accused of looking “sad” when he’s with his wife Rasheeda Frost.

Fans noticed that in Rasheeda’s recent photo with her husband he was not smiling. The couple attended an Atlanta Hawks vs. Oklahoma City Thunder basketball game on Tuesday, Jan. 15. They were photographed sitting on the courtside of State Farm Arena in Atlanta.

In the image, Rasheeda was donning her Balenciaga attire as she posed with a huge smile next to her husband. Kirk wrapped his arm around his wife’s shoulder as he posed for the camera in his black and yellow attire.

Kirk Frost

photo courtesy:@rasheedadabosschick

“#datenight wit @frost117 #hawksgame!!!,” Rasheeda wrote in her Instagram caption.

A slew of fans pointed out Kirk’s expressionless face in the photo and slammed him for always looking “unhappy” when he’s with Rasheeda.

“I noticed he doesn’t smile. I wonder is he happy with her ??????” one fan asked.

Another commented, “Keep him out the pictures please! Keep him out the pictures please!”

A third added, “Rasheeda looks good but why Kirk always looking sad as hell like he’s been held hostage in that relationship 🤷🏽‍♀️.”

One fan defended the “D-Lo” manager by saying that his brother’s death could be the reason he looks sad.

“Damn give Kirk a break he could be sad because he just loss his brother 🤷🏽‍♀️.”

Kirk admitted to fans last week that he wasn’t in the most cheerful mood after losing his older brother Keith Frost on Jan.1, New Year’s day. He didn’t give any details regarding his brother’s death, but said his brother had been “fighting with all” he had.

The father of seven posted a photo of he and Rasheeda attending his brother’s funeral on Jan. 12. He appeared to be in mourning and for a loss of words after burying his sibling.

Kirk Frost


“Life is happening right before My eyes I honestly don’t know how I deal with it but I am thankful for the Lord for giving me strength to make it through,” Kirk wrote.

The passing of Kirk’s brother came just a year after they lost their mother Gloria Frost, 66, in January 2018.

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