Rasheeda Frost turned another page in her relationship with Kirk Frost by spending time with his love child on the season premiere of Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta.
Rasheeda admitted that she was a bit apprehensive about meeting little Kannon for the first time. The little one did, after all, arrive at a time when Rasheeda and Kirk Frost’s relationship was on the rocks. Kannon, however, changed the atmosphere with his innocence during the season premiere. The 2-year-old was completely into the workings of a smartphone. Kannon even refused to let Rasheeda see what he was doing at one point. The little one gave a firm “No” when asked about handing over the device.
Rasheeda was happy to welcome Kannon to her happy home. She was not as thrilled to learn that the toddler was not potty trained. The criticism did not sit well with Kannon’s mom, Jasmine Washington, who was less than thrilled to have her parenting skills scrutinized on national television.
“I was going to hold my tongue, but that really wouldn’t be me, so here goes,” Jasmine said in response to Rasheeda highlighting Kannon’s inability to use the restroom on his own.
“I’m not too fond of my mothering skills being put into question by those that aren’t even really in the picture besides (sic) when it’s time to film or when it’s convenient for you,” Kannon’s mother continued.
“If you’re that concerned about him being potty trained, where he’s at, etc., you’d think they would be trying to put in some time and effort to help me as a first-time mom,” Washington said. “Instead, he hasn’t been over there since before Xmas. They live right around the corner from me. Right after that scene, I asked what time they could drop him back off.”
Kirk Frost and Jasmine Washington welcomed Kannon Frost in 2016. The youngster celebrates his third birthday in the summer. Rasheeda and Kirk Frost have two sons, Ky and Karter, together. Stay tuned for more celebrity family news!