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Rasheeda Keeps It Real With Rolling Out Magazine
We didn’t a chance to see too much of Rasheeda on the first episode of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta but that doesn’t mean that we wont be seeing her soon. This Monday we will be formerly introduced to the Georgia Peach herself and finally get a taste of what life is like inside her world. But contrary to what the lives of her fellow cast members may be like, Rasheeda is all about that real…and that real doesn’t include the drama and fighting.
Her ability to “keep it real” has garnered her a large amount of respect from friends, families and industry peers and Rasheeda has no intention on ruining the reputation that has allowed her to work freely and be accepted as well as respected in an industry dominated by men.
During her recent sit down with Rolling Out Magazine, the down south diva opens up about her experience filming the show and what we can expect to see from her this season.
On what we will see on LHHA:
What you’re going to learn about me on “Love & Hip Hop” is that I am very serious about what I do. I’m serious about my family and my relationships … you know. I’m just a woman that’s going hard for what I believe in. I understand that you have to create balance in your life. And I have been on the scene for a while, so being both old school and new school, I know that I have so much to learn and accomplish, but I also have the knowledge of what I’ve experienced over the years that will help me get there.
On trying to steer clear of the drama that doesn’t involve her:
Well the cameras followed me, so what you see is what you get. And to be honest with you, I really don’t have time to be bickering with no b—–. That’s just not where I’m at. I am too focused on making money, keeping the bills paid, and making sure that my family is ok. I mean don’t get me wrong, I understand that a lot of that it good for TV … but at the end of the day, I just really want people to look at my situation and see the importance of family, and know that you can raise a child as mom and dad … together. We don’t see a lot of family structure in the black community, so I hope that people can look at my husband and I, and see that when they follow our story line.
On rumors about her being a grandmother:
Let me tell you this; all I have is an 11-year-old son, and that’s it. So he better not be shooting anything out that thang [laughs]. I will say this, though; if you stay tuned to “Love & Hip Hop,” you can see how all of that unfolded.