Rasheeda and Kirk Frost‘s passionate romance has already lasted for two decades and these lovebirds are still going strong.
The happily married couple couldn’t keep their hands off of each other at Rasheeda’s birthday party last month. The “Georgia Peach” rapper posted an archived photo to Instagram on Thursday, June 25 that showed her and Kirk sharing a warm embrace.
Kirk wrapped his left arm around his wife and gave her a cute peck on the head. The “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” starlet swooned over the sweet snap and wrote in the caption, ” 😙😚 just me & @frost117 lost files from my Birthday on 5/25.”
The image received a whopping 103,000 likes. “Sheeda You put it on him now he married you?” one fan remarked, referring to Rasheeda’s recently trending song “Marry Me.”
Another wrote, “Black love is the greatest 🖤 the King and Queen of ATL,” while one person added, “Prayers are sending up for y’all 🙏🏽 a true power couple hope that everything will be ok Happy birthday to you in many more to come God bless to you to a beautiful Queen born in June.”
Someone even envied Kirk’s loving on Rasheeda and commented, “Have u ever wanted to break down cause your woman crush has a man ,that’s me right now 🤣🗣 why rasheeda !!!!!!whhyyyyyyyy!!!!!!”
The “Boss Chick” and her husband celebrated 20 years of marriage in December.
It’s no secret they’ve experienced marital woes, including infidelity, but Rasheeda told Essence in April that her and Kirk’s hardships only made their relationship “stronger.”
“I think not only has it made us stronger, but it’s also made our foundation stronger. Being on reality television, sometimes you don’t want to share because you’re embarrassed. But on some real shit, everybody’s life isn’t what they [pretend] it is on social media,” she said. “I’ve met so many people who have been through the same thing and then it turns into a testimony. People say, “you helped me make it through my situation.” It was hurtful, painful, and it was devastating. But at the end of the day, I feel like that’s what I was supposed to do. We were supposed to live our life transparently. That’s what we signed up for, and that’s what we did.”