As an original cast member of the enduring “Love & Hip Hop” franchise, Rasheeda Frost has risen to prominence over its 12-year run, providing an unfiltered glimpse into the highs and lows of her relationship with husband Kirk, her entrepreneurial ventures, and connections with fellow cast members.
The upcoming “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta” season brings significant changes, with the notable absence of Erica Mena due to her racist remarks towards Spice. In our interview, Rasheeda expresses a desire for a different outcome but acknowledges the situation.
Spice is navigating recovery from a near-death experience, while Bambi and Scrappy’s divorce has concluded, leaving speculation about Scrappy’s potential rekindling with his baby mother, Erica Dixon.
Adding to the dynamics, “Material Girl” rapper Saucy Santana and his partner, Love & Hip Hop Hollywood alum Zellswag, bring a fresh perspective as Zellswag embraces his sexuality in the relationship.
Find our exclusive interview with Rasheeda Frost below, where she shares insights into the upcoming season of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, reflecting on changes, challenges, and triumphs.
MTV’s Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta is produced by Antoinette Media, with Mona Scott-Young as the executive producer for Monami Productions. Lashan Browning takes on the role of Executive Producer for Antoinette Media, alongside a team that includes Donna Edge-Rachell, Paris Bauldwin, Daniel Wiener, Alissa Horowitz, Mimi Adams, Gavin Lee Jones, and John Crenny. Additionally, Sitarah Pendelton-Eaglin and Daniel Blau Rogge serve as executive producers for MTV Entertainment Studios.
Join Rasheeda & Kirk Frost, Bambi, Erica Dixon, Scrappy, Karlie Redd, Yung Joc, and more as they make a triumphant return for the highly anticipated Season 11 of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta on MTV. Don’t miss the premiere on January 9th at 8 PM ET/PST.