Boss Moves with Rasheeda is back! On the reality empowerment series, the Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta star profiles fellow celebs about their fruitful endeavors. As the founder of Poiz Cosmetics, Frost Bistro & Bar and Pressed Boutique in Atlanta, Georgia, and Houston, Texas, she’s got a lot of advice to share. “We’re digging into businesses for the tea on what some of your favorite celebs and people got going on out there,” Frost tells EBONY. “But we’re also trying to educate, inform and enlighten.” Guests include Toya Johnson, Reginae Carter, Marlo Hampton, Cynthia Bailey, Egypt Sherrod, Mike Jackson and more.
Frost, who just completed her 12th season of Love & Hip Hop, can still vividly recall her most memorable moment, which she credits to Shirleen Harvell, her mom. “Besides me going through all my drama, my most memorable moment was my mother running over Kirk’s dirt bike.” She exclaims. “Classic reality TV mama and her baby.”
Frost shares more about Boss Moves and her relationship with her husband of 23 years, Kirk Frost. She also spills on whether she will return to LAHH for another season.
On being a boss chick:
“I don’t have a secret. As an entrepreneur, if there’s something that I want to do, I research it, focus on it and execute it. And to me, that’s how you make ‘boss moves.’ It’s going through the steps of executing, following through and leading by example, and sticking your hand out to continue to bring others with you.”
On Boss Moves, season two
“It’s a nice evolution. This season, we are helping young business owners who are struggling to figure it out and get a solution. We want to uplift, inspire and motivate women because we all have different things that we go through in life. Sometimes, we need that help and support. We want to share information and help each other evolve and elevate.”
On her and Kirk balancing reel-life with real life:
“Kirk and I do not have a balance, OK? It is all see-saw, honey. We try to do the best we can; sometimes, we do better than other times. But for the most part, we try to structure and prioritize things in specific ways. Sometimes we’re good at it. And sometimes we’re not. We do know that we don’t have all the answers, but we just try to put our best foot forward to make sure we’re doing the best we can.”
On returning to Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta for a 13th season:
Contractually, I have another season (laughs).
On defining her rap career:
“Since I started rapping, I have been a little ratchet in my time. But I will say honestly, I have that female boss music. That’s how I have made moves and become a boss chick because I was a boss doing music. I’m about being uplifting yet sexy and educating while being strong and a force to be reckoned with. I continue to empower, be sexy and do my thing to make great ghetto hits.”
New episodes of Boss Moves with Rasheeda air weekly every Tuesday on Philo. Catch up on Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta on MTV.