Here’s Why Kirk Frost Is Allegedly Dodging His Baby’s Mother

ATLANTA, GA - OCTOBER 29: (EXCLUSIVE COVERAGE)  Kirk Frost attends Toya Wright's All Black affair at Gold Room on October 29, 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia.  (Photo by Prince Williams/WireImage)

Here’s Why Kirk Frost Is Allegedly Dodging His Baby’s Mother

Jasmine Washington is running out of options.

Published April 18, 2017

Kirk Frost's new strategy for making his baby-mother drama go away is to simply pretend like she doesn't exist.

Jasmine Washington, who claims the Love & Hip Hop star is the father of her son, Kannon, has reportedly been trying desperately to remove all doubt about who's the daddy, but can't seem to pin Kirk down long enough to get a paternity test.

According to Bossip, Washington has been trying to file a paternity suit against Frost that would settle the matter once and for all. But a process server tasked with handing him his papers said that she tried to serve the reality star almost a dozen times since January, but hasn’t been able to find him. Clearly, Kirk would rather just go with Twitter's theory that Yung Joc is the father.

The process server, Michele Wonsey, said in an affidavit that although she tried to hand over the paperwork 10 times between January 11 and March 3, Frost was nowhere to be found. “I was unable to serve respondent,” Wonsey said in the court docs. That left Washington with no choice but to go to court and see if there's another way to get Kirk to take responsibility for his alleged child.

The reason for Kirk's avoidance is pretty clear: once it's established that he is, in fact, the father, he will likely be required to pay child support. Not to mention, Kirk is married to Rasheeda and they have two grown kids of their own, so being forced to come clean publicly about his affair could be the straw that breaks up his family.

Still, if Jasmine's claims are true, Kirk should've thought about all of that before he started this whole affair.

Get the full scoop on Kirk's legal and paternity issues on The Real, above.

Written by Evelyn Diaz

(Photo: Prince Williams/WireImage)


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