Rasheeda Frost and Ashley Nicole Diss Each Other on After Party Live! (VIDEO)
Love & Hip Hop Atlanta Season 5 stars Rasheeda Frost and Ashley Nicole got into yet another war of words this week (Episode 7, “Three-Ring Circus”), and the insults didn’t stop during the latest episode of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta: Afterparty Live!
On Episode 7 of the live follow-up show, Rasheeda joined gues Margeaux for fun times and fan questions regarding the latest episode of the hip-hop reality show. To make things all the more interesting, host Big Tigger brought on Ashley Nicole via video conference — and the ladies got pretty shady with each other.
It all started when Tigger asked Ashley why she was so disrespectful to Rasheeda. Her response? “Why respect somebody who deliberately disrespected me first? Rasheeda hasn’t liked me from day one … so of the respect that I have, it’s over.”
After that, the gloves came off with Rasheeda calling Ashley talentless and “stupid,” while Ashley made jabs about Rasheeda’s weight and age: “I Googled your age, and 40’s right around the corner.” Yikes.
The ladies continued to throw verbal fisticuffs with Ashley yet again bringing up Rasheeda’s rocky marriage with Kirk Frost, and Rasheeda once again reminding Ashley that she was the boss. Finally, Big Tigger put the squabble to an end by telling Ashley the call was ending, but of course, Rasheeda still had another parting insult.
“Bye. Go back to the bar. That’s where you’ll be,” she said.
In a chat with VH1 blog, Ashley dished that her conflict with Rasheeda was unexpected and so she was “caught off guard every time she gave me attitude,” but also added that she definitely felt like they brought her on this season because the couple were “running out of s—t to do,” though she’s definitely thankful that they signed her to DLO Entertainment.
But will this constant bickering with Rasheeda leave Ashley without a record deal? Guess we’ll have to keep tuning in to find out!
A new episode of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta Season 5 airs Monday, June 15, at 8 p.m ET on VH1.