Were Kirk and Rasheeda Set up by Jasmine Washington and Rod Bullock?

Jasmine Washington’s first appearance on “Love and Hip Hop Atlanta” left viewers stunned. She proclaimed that Kirk is the father of her newborn child. Jasmine even dropped photos and texts of Kirk knowing about the child and claiming to give Jasmine support.

However, there is a report released that not everything is as it seems. Jasmine, Mimi Faust’s ex-boyfriend Rod Bullock and a man named Logan are being accused of setting up Kirk and Rasheeda.

In Touch Weekly writes:

“Jasmine Washington, the woman who claims that Kirk is the father of her son has had a boyfriend by the name of Logan for 11 years. Logan’s father, who passed away was named Cannon. Rod Bullock, who is Jasmine’s pimp and was recently released from federal prison did not know that Jasmine was seeing Logan and himself at the same time. Jasmine actually told Logan’s mom that she was pregnant and she named her son Cannon after Logan’s deceased father. She also admitted that Cannon is not Kirk’s baby,” says an insider.

“In upcoming episodes, this information will be revealed as Jasmine and Rod are trying to set up Kirk. Once Rod found out Jasmine was pregnant, he told her, ‘Let’s take advantage of this Love & Hip Hop opportunity.’ However, he didn’t know about Logan at the time. Jasmine then changed the spelling of her son’s name to a ‘K’ because all of Kirk’s kids’ names begin with the letter ‘K’ after him.”

Kirk has denied being the father of this baby and was allegedly ready to pay her $5,000 to “disappear.” This is hardly Jasmine’s first run-in with this type of incident, as our source adds she was “ran out of her hometown for trying to set up and swindle other men.”

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  1. Set up my a-s. This whole storyline is fake as f-ck and I’m sure Kirk and Rasheeda’s a-ses were in on it.

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