Paternity Case Against Kirk Frost Dismissed

December 12, 2017  |

During the earlier seasons of “Love and Hip Hop Atlanta,” when Kirk Frost disappeared into a room full of scantily clad women, along with Bobby V, I assumed the storyline was fake. After all, aside from arguments over Rasheeda’s stagnant career, the two didn’t really have enough smoke to rationalize being on reality tv.

But then the storyline about Kirk allegedly fathering fellow cast member Jasmine Washington’s child came up and I wondered if I had the whole thing messed up. After all, a child living and in the flesh is hard to ignore. It wasn’t until I was listening to an episode of “The Read,” that I considered that maybe that storyline had been fabricated as well.

With the most recent update, I’m almost sure of it.

According to our sister site Bossip, the paternity suit against Frost has been thrown out. A Georgia family court Judge Debra Turner has thrown the case for a technicality.

In court papers Washington alleged that Kirk was supporting her and her son Kannon, giving her a monthly allowance and use of a car in exchange for her being with him. Washington claimed that when her son was born and she tried to break up with Kirk, he cut her off financially.

Judge Turner gave Washington two weeks to find Frost and serve him with the paternity complaint or the case would be dismissed. Washington claimed Frost avoided her service. Her lawyer told Bossip that Tony Mathis that they were looking for a warrant to force him to accept the court papers.

Washington eventually found Kirk and got him to accept the service but it was two months after the judge’s original deadline.

So the case has been dismissed.

Neither Washington or Frost have definitively established paternity and for one reason or another, Rasheeda and Kirk have separated.

Frost and Washington can still agree to an out of court settlement but that has yet to be confirmed.

What do you make of the case being dismissed? Do you believe this whole storyline with Kirk’s son was fabricated?

Veronica Wells is the culture editor at She is also the author of “Bettah Days” and the creator of the website NoSugarNoCreamMag. You can follow her on Facebook and on Instagram and Twitter @VDubShrug.
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