Love and Hip-Hop Atlanta OG’s, Kirk and Rasheeda Frost have given fans a look into their marriage involving love, hustle, and infidelity. The couple is currently under fire after a Twitter user tried to blast the couple about their history.


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“Kirk adopted Rasheeda when shorty was 15…started having relations with her as a legal parent…married her at 17 while he was 30,” the tweet reads. “They been together for 20 years. He has 7 kids, 2 are hers. Why nobody compare him to Robert Kelly?”

When the tweet got to Rasheeda’s attention, she responded with the quickness to shut the rumors down.  “U ain’t told nobody sh*t w/ yo bootleg conspiracy theory ass,” she began. “Come w/ facts not assumptions if u gone try 2 blast somebody. Here’s some help I’ve never been adopted I didn’t know sh*t bout Kirk when I was 15 & sho wasn’t thinkin bout gettin married @ 17 so worry bot Dat Rona!”

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The rumors didn’t stop there though. Fans still seem to believe that the Atlanta businesswoman is not being all the way upfront after continuing to do some research on the couple. Fans point out the fact that this year, the couple will be celebrating 20 years of marriage, and next month Rasheeda is expected to turn 38. Reports have shown that the couple has jumped the broom in 1999. Meaning, that Rasheeda would have in fact been 17 years old at the time of marrying her husband Kirk, who was 30 years old at the time.

Well, the couple took to their social media in an attempt to shut the rumors down once and for all. “For all the people that’s minding my business. First of all, I ain’t f*cking adopt Rasheeda,” says Kirk at the beginning of the video. ‘I would definitely not be into marrying nobody at motherf*cking 17 and I’m 31. Grow up. I know y’all read a nigga age on the internet-” says Kirks before Rasheeda shouts, “Who to say that’s true though?” insinuating that the numbers are lying before Kirk concludes the video by saying, “Trust me I’m not interested in marrying a f*cking minor.”