Who knew that reality TV could turn you into a chick magnet? At least that’s what Love & Hip Hop Atlanta star Kirk Frost is saying. According to Kirk, since his infidelity snafu during Season 2, women have been coming on to him thanks to his newfound reality TV fame, and he's apparently powerless to resist.
“Me and Rasheeda [Frost] have been a team. I’ve been quiet and I stayed in the background and I feel like that’s where you’re safe at,” Kirk told the good folks at Sister2Sister magazine. “Now with me coming on Love & Hip Hop, I’m not as safe anymore because now women are always on — you know.” Yes Kirk, we do know.
Season 2 of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta found Kirk in a hot tub filled with ladies who were not his wife, which would've been forgivable — if he hadn't brought a couple of these ladies back to his room to have a bit of adulterous fun. In the super trailer for Season 3, we see that women are coming on to Kirk in the form of hired help.
Despite it all, Rasheeda insists that being on reality TV has its benefits, saying “It’s a great platform for business stuff, and if you already have businesses, it can help take that to the next level.”
Let’s just hope couple will be able to survive what the show brings to their marriage this time!
Love & Hip Hop Atlanta Season 3 airs Monday, May 5 at 8 p.m. ET.
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Source: Sister2Sister via Cocoafab