Another reality TV marriage suffers the grunt of fame, as Love & Hip Hop Atlanta Rasheeda and Kirk Frost are in a heated debate over Rasheeda's unexpected pregnancy. On a recent episode Kirk said that Rasheeda should get an abortion because he may not be the father of his wife's child. Now, Kirk is speaking out about cheating rumors and more.
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Kirk called in to WGCI's Morning Riot show Monday morning and he confirmed that he and his wife Rasheeda were victims of the reality TV marriage curse. "We do argue and have these problems" and "it's just blown up because the cameras are there," Kirk said.
Here are the highlights from his interview via The YBF:
On why he made the abortion comment and said the baby may not be his: "I did say it because [having a baby] was messing with our business. I was really pissed off. This is my thing--A baby comes out a woman, it doesn't come out a guy. You don't know where that woman's privates been."
On if he REALLY thinks Rasheeda cheats on him: "Not that I know of, but she's a rapper....I see how many people try to get at Rasheeda 24/7 and it's been like that for years. I see people sending bags and offers and asking if she's still with her husband...I don't know if she would do that though. But there's not a perfect person walking this earth."
On if he's the one cheating and that's why he's accusing Rasheeda of cheating: "At that point in time, no. (When asked if he is now) That remains to be seen."
On if he regrets saying Rasheeda should get an abortion: "I definitely do. I wouldn't have said [the abortion thing]."
On the gay rumors: "I am nowhere near gay."
On the status of his & Rasheeda's marriage: "We're friends. We're still husband and wife. But do we still have some problems to work out, yes we do."
If this is indeed his child, Kirk will be the father of six children. He told the radio show that he had four children with other women and one 12-year-old son with Rasheeda. Check out the full interview below:
What do you think? Will Rasheeda and Kirk weather the storm?