Kirk Questions Jasmine’s Co-Parenting | Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta

Kirk Questions Jasmine’s Co-Parenting | Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta

August 19, 2019 100 By William Morgan


Hello.
Hey, how are you?
How are you doing?
I’m well.
(Kirk)
After all the little things
about Kannon and how
he’s being raised,
I was gonna confront
Jasmine on it,
but I know that’s gonna
be nothing but an argument.
I figure since Kelsie’s
always picking up Kannon
from his
grandmother’s house,
I felt like I’ll reach out
to Jasmine’s mom
and just check in and see how
my son is being raised myself.
I feel like we’re in
a decent place, I just
have a little concerns,
you know,
sometimes Jazz is partying,
and this is my concern,
like,
I’m mad at her because
she might hit me and say,
“I need to go do this,
I’m going to a party in LA
and I just need you
to watch him.”
But I just wanted
to make you guys aware…
Yeah.
As y’all are in Kannon’s life…
a lot more.
Hey!
Hey, Jazz.
What’s going on?
Hey, Jazz, we’re having
a little conversation here.
Yeah.
I see.
Kirk’s dumb ass thought
that mom and grandmother
was gonna have
a conversation with him
without telling me
that he was coming over?
So I thought that
it would be more productive
if I just swung by
and cut out the middle-man
so we could get
to the bottom of things.
(Yvette)
So we’ve been talking
about Kannon’s well-being.
Just chopping it up about
how he’s taken care of.
Mm-hmm.
Kirk had a little concern
because he thinks
you party a lot.
What gives you that impression,
that I party a lot?
Well, I don’t like when I get
a text or get a call
saying from Kelsie, like,
“Hey, um, you need
to get Kannon right quick,
I need to fly to LA because
I’m going to a party.”
That happened one time, once.
Right, right, right.
You haven’t been there
for any holidays,
you haven’t been there
for any birthdays.
You want to post family first
on Thanksgiving.
I just don’t like it
when I feel like I’m working,
busting my ass,
and you hitting me with,
“I need to go party
so you need to watch him.”
You’re not even
around enough for me–
for you to tell me
that I party too much.
Kirk just recently
got involved with his son,
and he wants to call me out
on my parenting?
He needs to become a father
before he can even think about
commenting on me as a mother.
I just want you to have more of
a relationship with him.
I spent
a lot of money on Kannon.
First of all, money doesn’t
make you a father.
Okay, so here’s another issue.
I feel like why is he still
wearing a pull-up?
Because he’s two years old.
Yeah, yeah.
And he’s a boy.
But here’s my point…
Well, let me ask you this,
where are all these concerns
coming from?
They’re coming from me
spending more time with him now
and him spending the night.
You know,
I get pushed even at home
to make sure you’re doing
your job as a father, so…
So you don’t got nobody
in your ear?
I mean, for real.
Is somebody–
is Rasheeda asking me, what
is he doing, yeah, she may ask,
“Dang, why is he still
wearing pull-ups?”
You need to get on it.
She even saying to me,
you need to make sure you…
It sounds to me like
you’re taking baby steps
because of Rasheeda
when it comes to Kannon.
Not– that’s– no,
that’s not true.
(Jasmine)
If Rasheeda has
these many concerns,
why not have a conversation
with me about it?
Especially when Kirk
is sending his daughter Kelsie
to be the middle-man
on how we deal with Kannon.
Something needs to be
worked out
because he needs to really
visit more often.
I will do my best,
I agree.
And let’s work on being
in contact.
You need to have
a direct number.
You want her to get
in contact with each other.
Why can’t it be
something direct?
Work on that, seriously.
I’ll work on that.