Ashanti Shuts Down the Internet with Stunning Look, ‘Damn Shanti’


R&B singer Ashanti did not come to play with her appearances during Super Bowl weekend in Atlanta, GA.

The star was one of the most talked about celebs after walking the red carpet at the 2019 Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest on Friday, Feb. 1. The star debuted her new short and sassy ash-blonde haircut while donning an elegant royal blue floor-sweeping gown.

ATLANTA, GA – FEBRUARY 02: Ashanti attends Day 3 of Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest at State Farm Arena on February 2, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images)

It’s unknown as to who designed Ashanti’s talked-about gown, but the ensemble consisted of a deep V-neck plunge and splits on the side that showed off her toned legs. She also took to Instagram on Monday, Feb. 1 to seemingly floss her weekend event attire.

“When the root is deep there’s no reason to fear the wind,” Ashanti wrote in her Instagram caption while adding the drip-drop emoji in another post. She also wrote, Gave em the blues…💙,” in another post where she’s photographed standing in front of a red mural.

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Fans went absolutely berserk over the star’s stunning look and how gorgeous she looked.

“Damn Shanti @ashanti ..Sis slayed tf out of this look !!! U killing dem softly Dripin💧👌💯,” one fan wrote.

A second social media user commented, “Shhheeesshhh 😩 Sis did not come to play. Love tha New look you look stunning sis!”

One fan added, “I said, thats not Ashanti. Then I looked again, thats Ashanti! You look good! Yess❤️ haircut looks 🔥.”

Ashanti’s new look could be attributed to her remarks she made last year about stepping out of “the box.” During an interview with iHeart Radio in March, 2018 the “Rain on Me” spoke about stepping out of her comfort zone regarding her passion music, looks and fashion.

She told the station that “trying different looks and shooting different kinds of visuals” was something fans could expect from her moving forward.

“I did a shoot where I’m standing on the ledge of a building, you know, one wrong move [and] it would have been over,” she said. “But I think it’s just really important nowadays to touch people [and] bring something new to the table. And, you know, bring it.”

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