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Rasheeda Frost and Her ‘Little Man’ Leave Fans Fawning Over Their Video

Rasheeda Frost and Karter Frost served mother-and-son goals this week.

The “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star took to Instagram on Thursday, Sept. 4, and posted a video of her and her son walking down a street together in Atlanta, while holding hands.

The 7-year-old matched his mom’s fly and wore a white T-shirt with the words “Forever Young,” along with red pants. Rasheeda looked more fashionable than ever in a long tie-dye dress, denim jacket and pink slides. She also ditched her recent green-and-yellow wig for a simple black bob and a soft makeup look.

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Rasheeda Frost and her son Karter Frost @rasheeda/Instagram

Rasheeda captioned the adorable video of her and Karter walking together, “I’m so in love with this little guy 💚.”

The video was presumably recorded by the mother of two’s husband Kirk Frost.

Followers instantly swooned at the clip and inundated her post with fan comments.

One wrote, “The look of true LOVE! Precious ❤️❤️.”

Another fan commented on the post, “The sweetest person in the world i love your life ❤️❤️ he’s getting so big.”

Someone else added, “He finna be TALL as you soon Mommy @rasheeda. I just really appreciate you and how you move as a woman 🥰”

“2 cuties,” an IG user remarked.

Rasheeda and Kirk welcomed Karter in 2013. They also have 19-year-old son Ky Frost.

In 2017, the “Bubblegum” rapper and fashionista revealed she suffered from postpartum depression after giving birth to her youngest son.

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Rasheeda Frost and Karter Frost (@rasheeda/Instagram)

“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 said her healing remedy was staying “strong” and “on point.” She also urged 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 the reality star. “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.”

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