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Rasheeda Frost Posts Boutique’s New Sneaker, Fans Call Out Similarity to This Brand

Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star Rasheeda Frost just released a new line of sneakers at her clothing boutique Pressed that seemingly resemble Nike’s model.

Frost took to her Instagram page on Jan. 24 and shared an image of herself sitting inside her Atlanta clothing boutique. In the post, she was advertising her new “CR Color Gang” sneakers with pink, turquoise and lime light-green detailing.

Rasheeda Frost

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“New sneakers are here!! #readytoship 😘 In-store & online at,” Frost captioned the photo on Thursday.

Fans of the reality star flocked to her comments section aching to buy a pair of the shoes.

“🔥 Need Those,” one fan wrote. “Definitely going to have to get 🤩.”

Another added, “Them sneakers are they on line thanks 🔥. … 😩 i want those!!”

However, other folks blasted the star for seemingly copying Nike’s Huarache shoe.

Rasheeda Frost

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“Those look like the Nike huaraches I wanted a while back 😩,” one fan commented.”

Rasheeda Frost

photo credit: Nike Website

Another fan chimed in and added, “They almost an exact copy. ”

“Damn. These look just like the Nikes only w/o the sign 🧐 They cute tho,” a third added.

The “LHHATL” star has dealt with similar claims from fans in August 2018 after selling a “Black Woman You Are God” shirt. Several people left negative reviews on her “Pressed Atl” website, claiming the design was stolen from clothing brand BLKxLIGHT that was launched by Jesse Jones in 2016. Frost never addressed the allegations.

The mother of two has always had a passion for fashion. She told Foot Wear News in 2017 that she’s always described her style as ” tomboy chic with an extra edge to it.”

“I’m not a girly girl, so it’s more of a relaxed tomboy type of swag,” she said.

Frost launched her Pressed e-commerce site in 2011 but opened up her Atlanta storefront in 2015 and her Houston location in 2018. She admitted that clothes have always been a way to express herself.

“I’ve always loved clothes,” said the rapper turned entrepreneur. “Especially starting out originally in hip-hop. I think it all just came together — the fashion, the lifestyle and the music.”

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