Rasheeda Frost is hitting back at folks who are poking their nose in her marriage.
The “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star and her husband Kirk Frost were recently seen on the reality series celebrating their 20th wedding anniversary. In a video posted to Rasheeda’s Instagram on Monday, April 6, a few fans questioned if the mother of two was a teenager when she and the D-Lo manager tied the knot.
Rasheeda is reportedly 37 years old according to the Internet Movie Database, which indicates that she was 17 when the couple married. Nevertheless, a fan randomly mentioned the ordeal underneath the former “Georgia Peach” rapper’s post.
“So when y’all got married you was really 17& he was 31🙄,” the person wrote.
Rasheeda denied the rumors and hit back, “Honey, I wasn’t thinking about getting married. I was in high school at 17 try again, inspector gadget! 🤦🏽♀️😩😷” She then tagged the fan and added, “That message was for you!”
Her response instantly triggered a wave of reactions.
“Ewww i hope that it is not true. If so he was a whole grown man when he married her as a teen 🤷🏽♀️ “
“Huh? She was born in 1982 and have been married 20 years. Either way: Their union continues which is cool. I love it. ❤️”
“@rasheeda and I oop ‼️ They swear they be knowing stuff about ppl life”
“Honestly some of us don’t know about U guys relationship and well like to know more”
“I hope she wasn’t married in high school? If so where was her momma?”
“@rasheeda lmaoooo 😂😂😂 inspector gadget , I’m weakk ash. Tell them to mind they business”
Rasheeda and Kirk reportedly tied the knot in 1999 and had their first child Ky Frost two years later. They welcomed their 6-year-old son Karter in 2013.
Despite the couple’s public marital issues such as infidelity, Rasheeda told Essence in an interview last month that she and Kirk are still going strong.
“The road can get really, really rough. You have to communicate and figure out a way to make sure you’re taking care of each other,” she said. “Kirk and I have been friends and we’ve been through our ups and our downs. The good times are really good and the bad times are bad — but they’re experiences. We understand each other a lot more, and we’re just making sure we make time for each other when it seems like things are getting kind of crazy.”