Rasheeda Frost is clearly fed up with internet users trolling her on social media.
The “Love and Hip Hop Atlanta” star took to Instagram on Thursday, May 28, and shared a video of herself sporting sequin and fishnet heels. Fans raved over the fashionista’s shoes and complimented her fashion taste.
“Yessssssssss those are hot 🔥😍!”
“Got that new toe polish color on!!🤣🤣..The boots are life as well!!🖤”
“You did not come to PLAYYYYYY 😩🔥 Those are a conversation piece LAWD.🔥”
Although Frost received over 47,000 likes on her post, a few fans had an issue with the timing of it.
Her post came a few hours after four Minneapolis police officers were fired for their handling of the arrest of George Floyd that resulted in his death. Fans suggested Frost wasn’t using her platform to bring awareness to the pressing issues in the Black community.
“Today is really not the day for the boots advertisement. You have a platform use it better,” the person wrote.
A second user agreed and wrote, “I totally agree..Not a single post about this..but hey..do you”
Frost responded to the backlash and wrote, “sweetheart you don’t know how I’m using my platform or what I’m doing behind the scenes. But since you putting in your 2 cents I also have businesses to run & employees who have to take care Of themselves and their families we are still dealing with a pandemic at the same time so nothing stops the sad part is we’ve been dealing with injustice all our life so instead of worrying about me get to work on your end & let’s try in this lifetime to find a solution.”
People applauded the celeb for her classy clap back.
“Very classy response…. people always have an opinion without knowing the facts…. keep it classy as always! 😉”
“@rasheeda 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽 girlllll well said the best read ever in such a classy way at that and you did post on Floyd smh”
The mother of two did indeed post of Floyd’s death on Wednesday, May 27, and re-shared a report about the four officers who were terminated for the day after the incident. She wrote in her caption, “Now put them behind bars #justiceforgeorgefloyd #itsstillnotenough.”
Frost is one of many celebrities who have spoken out about the tragic Memorial Day incident. Rapper T.I. suggested he was “sick” of hearing about the killings of unarmed Black men and wrote via Instagram on Wednesday, “So f–kin sick of posting this s–t Maaaaan… But then if we don’t,it goes unnoticed. I’m ready when y’all is… IT WONT STOP UNTIL WE STOP IT‼️#ByAnyMeans #LongLiveGeorgeFloyd #USorELSE✊🏽”