Rasheeda Frost is setting the record straight to end all pregnancy speculation.
“Me & @frost117 got out & got some fresh air today! Well almost fresh cause we got mask on! 😜,” Rasheeda wrote on Instagram on Wednesday, June 30.
The “Boss Chick’s” T-shirt was slightly oversized, which apparently made her midsection area look bigger than usual. Her fans pointed out the ill-fitting shirt, speculating she was with child.
“I think she is soooo pregnant 😀,” one Instagram follower wrote. Another person agreed and added, “she does look preggo.”
Rasheeda quickly shut down the pregnancy rumors when she commented, “sorry but your wrong It’s just a big t-shirts 🙄.”
A few fans of hers also jumped to her defense. One wrote, “@rasheeda girl you too busy to be having more kids. We share the same Bday. 5/25 we da best…” Another said, “@rasheeda people always tryna give you more kids.”
Rasheeda was lastly pregnant in 2013 with her and Kirk’s son Karter. They also have 19-year-old son Ky Frost.
In 2017, the “Georgia Peach” rapper and fashionista revealed she suffered from postpartum depression after giving birth to Karter.
“What’s crazy about pregnancy, is that you don’t know what you’re getting,” she told HER magazine. “Each pregnancy is different for me, and I know, for a lot of other women that I speak to. It’s unfortunate that your body and your mind can get to a place, where you honestly don’t know what the hell is going on. And that’s scary!”
Rasheeda went on to say that she didn’t know she was battling with PPD at the time it was happening. She added, “I was just feeling like a down, lost soul for a while. I was just like, I’m sad as hell. I love my kids. I love my baby. But, I’m just… I don’t have the energy. For a minute I didn’t feel like waking up. I didn’t feel like doing stuff.”
The television personality said her healing remedy was staying “strong” and “on point,” but she also encouraged other women to speak up when suffering from PPD.
“I never talked to anyone about it. I didn’t talk to any of my friends or anything,” said Rasheeda. “I just played things off like, ‘okay, I’m cool, I’m fine. I’mma stay home. Even back then, (talking about it) might have been a good thing. To actually kinda help heal, and to help heal others, it is better to speak upon things.”