Is it really over?
Kirk Frost can finally put his baby mama drama behind him, even if he only managed it on a technicality. The lawsuit against him from alleged baby mama Jasmine Washington has been tossed out by a Gwinnett County family court.
However, that doesn’t mean that Kirk is not the father of Washington’s young son Kannon. A little bit of an explanation is in order here.
Washington filed a paternity suit against Frost after they ended what Washington claimed was an extramarital relationship. Washington said that Frost paid for her and Kannon’s expenses during the time of their affair and was suing for child support now that that arrangement had ended.
Family Court Judge Debra Turner gave Washington two weeks to track down Frost and serve him with papers. However, he managed to duck the papers for months. Though he eventually was successfully served, according to Bossip it came several months past the judge’s deadline. Even so, Kannon might still be Frost’s baby and the damage has already been done with regards to his estranged wife. Kirk’s fellow Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta star and wife of 19 years left him over Washington’s allegations.
Rasheeda revealed that the pair were separated on an episode of Dish Nation. “We’re separated, and we’re working on making sure that we’re doing everything that we need to do for our family,” she dished.
Things are not entirely terrible between the duo. Rasheeda did say that they are co-parenting quite successfully given the circumstances.
“We are parenting very well,” she said. “We have good communication. We’re two people trying to figure out the best thing to do for our children.”
Rasheeda also said she’s not looking to jump into the tabloids with new men. Instead, she’s focusing on her business and her children.
“I’m not interested in anything like that. I’m just focusing on expanding my business, and growing, and just being the best mom I can be,” she said.
This is a bit of a fizzling out considering how heated things got at certain points in this story. Jasmine even made a diss track called “Wifey Bleus” that directly addressed her perception as a homewrecker in the relationship of Kirk and Rasheeda. In the song she was unapologetic about snatching up married men and using them to her own ends. I mean…
“He tell you he ain’t got it, me I cash out
Caught that n–ga staring at the stop sign
Shouldn’t have let your bady daddy outside
You better put a leash on that n–ga
Cause I got something sweet for your n–ga”
It remains to be seen whether Kirk and Jasmine have worked out some sort of deal to help pay for Kannon’s upbringing. All we know is something this heated is far from over, even if the court has tossed the case out.
For now, we expect to see Kirk, Rasheeda, and Jasmine all getting ample screen time as they try and distance themselves from each other in the next season of Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta.
What do you think? Should Kirk pay for Kannon? Should he at least go ahead and take the paternity test that he has refused several times? Will we see more sparks between the three of them in the next season of LHHATL? Sound off in the comments and be sure to SHARE this article.