18
Apr
2017

Kirk Frost’s Baby Mama Is Looking For Him: You can run, but you can’t hide!

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Kirk Frost’s Baby Mama Looking For Him

Jasmine Washington, the woman who claims that Kirk Frost secretly fathered her child, says that she’s looking for the reality star. Today (April 18th), she posted an image of Kirk’s face on milk carton with the caption:

If anyone has on Mr. Frost, hashtag #whereskirk and include your location. Tell a friend to tell a friend. Thanks! ?#donebeingnice #imjustgettingstarted #idgaf #youcanrunbutyoucant #manup #frostythehoeman #letsplay

Kirk Frost's Baby Mama Is Looking Looking For Him: You can run, but you can't hide!

Both Kirk and Jasmine are featured on this season of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, with a storyline involving him cheating on his wife Rasheeda and allegedly impregnating Jasmine.

Kirk Frost's Baby Mama Is Looking Looking For Him: You can run, but you can't hide!

Jasmine Washington, Kirk & Rasheeda Frost

According to Bossip, Jasmine is attempting to move forward with the paternity suit but a process server is having a difficult time reaching Kirk. In fact, they claim to have attempted to serve the “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” star almost a dozen times since January, unsuccessfully. According to the site,

Washington sued Frost earlier this year to prove he was the father and force him to pay child support for the baby, Kannon Mekhi Washington. She said in court papers that she lived as Frost’s “kept woman,” receiving a living allowance and a car as part of their alleged clandestine relationship. But Washington said he cut both her and the baby off once she ended the affair, and she has been unemployed since. In order for the case to move forward, a process server has to officially serve Frost with Washington’s complaint – a move that she still hasn’t been able to do. The process server, Michele Wonsey, said in an affidavit that although she tried to hand over the paperwork 10 times between Jan. 11 and March 3, Frost was nowhere to be found. “I was unable to serve respondent,” Wonsey said in the court docs. The situation is so dire that Washington had to go to court last week to figure out how to proceed despite her inability to serve Frost.

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