Kirk Frost Defends Trifling Antics With A Aint-Nobody-Perfect Instagram Plea
One sign that almost always confirms that a person knows that they’re dead wrong, but are not quite ready to take responsibility for their actions, is when they start hollering, “ain’t nobody perfect.” This is precisely the case with Love & Hip Hop Atlanta villain, Kirk Frost. For the last handful of episodes, Kirk has been slowly earning the title as most hated LHHATL cast member and has received much backlash for his less than desirable husband qualities. Even rapper Nicki Minaj has taken notice of the way he’s been dogging out his wife Rasheeda and even called him out for it. Now, in some odd attempt to defend his character and play the victim role, he’s striking back.
In a photo message posted to his Instagram page during the holiday, the troubled reality star lashed out at critics and fans for judging his actions and questioned the levels of drama that they deal with in their own lives.
“I guess people ain’t human. I guess people can’t make mistakes. But I bet if you put one of these trifling a** people on TV and show what they go through in life then it’ll be okay. I haven’t met a perfect person yet. I haven’t seen a perfect relationship either. But I guess in 2013 the world is now full of goodie-two-shoe relationships, huh???? GTFOH,” the message read.
I mean, I guess he wants us to feel that a man cheating on his pregnant wife and suggesting she go get an abortion is normal. But truth is, it’s really not normal at all. You can probably guess that his Instagram followers wasted no time going in on him.
“Peep TRUTH @frost117. The world can forgive anything. Just take a look at our Black celebrities, past, present, and current. However, to receive forgiveness and understanding, one must first apologize and ask for forgiveness. Saying you’re not perfect and your relationship is not perfect is not an apology or repentance. Fall on your knees, MAN! Show some humility. We already you’re human. We wanna know you have some sense. Damn! Get it together,” one follower wrote.
“You have allowed your personal shortcomings to be televised so dont get uptight cause we the viewers comment. You F****d up we didnt. I still think u are a DOWN LOW bro trying to prove ur not. At any rate, U did some punk sh** with ur disrespectful a**. Ijs,” another added.
“YOU TRIIIIIED IT! You sound real stupid Frost! Grow up & have several seats! Not Now…But Right NOW!,” another follower chimed in.
And those were some of the nicer responses he received. It doesn’t appear that the overwhelming responses to his post did much though. Not long after, he was back to posting photos of women gyrating on one another. Can we all please chip in and buy this man a clue?