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‘Nope I Don’t Like’: Rasheeda Frost’s Fashion Post Spirals Out of Control After Folks Claim Her Dress Looks Like ‘Zebra Gum’

Rasheeda Frost apparently committed a fashion no this week and fans were quick to put her on blast.

The “Bubblegum” rapper hopped over to Instagram on Monday, Oct. 12, and posted her usual fashion post. She sported an orange and green zebra and leopard print dress with sandal heels. She complemented the ensemble with a black bag, a platinum blond wig and gold accessories.

Frost, whose makeup was perfected to a T, captioned the post, “Oversized is my thing!”

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Rasheeda Frost fans roast her outfit. @rasheeda/Instagram

Fans, however, disliked the “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star’s animal print dress.

“Nope don’t like. You had way better beautiful”

“Dont like the style on her.”

“Is this Flinstone inspired??? I’m confused.”

“Looks like that zebra gum from the 90s 👌🏻👌🏻”

One of Frost’s admirers felt she was serving fashion goals and said, “Rasheeda be out here fully clothed badder than everything on the internet showing skin and more🌹.”

The mother of two clearly takes pride in having a distinctive fashion style.

“My personal style is tomboy chic with an extra edge to it,” Frost told Foot Wear News in 2017. ‘I’m not a girly girl, so it’s more of a relaxed tomboy type of swag.”

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Rasheeda Frost shows off fashion. Photo courtesy@rasheeda/Instagram

The “LHHATL” diva also noted that her current sense of style evolved quite a bit from when she first dived into fashion in the early 2000s.

“I think as I’m getting older, I’m just more comfortable with who I am and I know the things that I like, and I never try to reach,” she said. “I never try to let clothes wear me. I always try to do my own thing. I realize that more now that I’m older than I did before because [there were] times I used to say, ‘I want to wear that,’ just because I saw it. I don’t think like that anymore — I just get what I like.”

Frost, a thriving entrepreneur, currently owns two Pressed clothing boutiques, one in Atlanta and the other in Houston.

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