R&B singer Ashanti is snatching edges with her killer looks and “smoking” body.
The “I’m Real” songwriter seemed to be living her best life down in Trinidad and Tobago as she partied it up for Carnival 2019. The star performed with Soca artist Machel Montano on Feb. 25 at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Trinidad, and she was praised for showing off her natural assets. Well, it seems that social media just can’t get enough of the celeb’s physique.
Photos of Ashanti and her sexy Carnival ensemble have been floating all over the Internet. She donned a samba costume with a lime-green-and-teal feathered headdress, a purple embossed bra and belt, and blue embossed leg bands. The ensemble bared much of her abs, breasts, hips, thighs and backside.
During her performance with Montano a few weeks ago she also sported a sequined, form-fitting costume that showed quite a bit of her backside. In a caption of one her photos, she wrote, “Magical. 🇹🇹.”
Fans were absolutely blown away by the singer’s curvaceous “bawdy” and ogled her appearance.
“Ashanti be getting thicker by the second 😩😂😍,” one person wrote. “You have the bawdy I need!”
Another person added, “Sheesh 😻😍! Legs 💙 and those sweet curves on that body girl!”
Someone else commented, “Hella Cakes & Pies!!!😛 Damn I swear the older u get the finer u are!❤️ That body is something amazing!”
Ashanti is keen on staying in shape. She told Buzzfeed in 2017 that she eats clean and exercises on the regular to maintain her figure.
“For me it’s about eating healthy and taking care of yourself,” she said. “I’m embracing who I am naturally, so I go to the gym and work with an awesome trainer, I work with an herbalist, I do detoxes, I juice. I’m heavy with my kales and ginger, it’s very important to be aware of what you’re putting in your body.”
The star is also seemingly in the midst of making a musical comeback. She told Page Six in January that she’s been exploring different musical sounds in R&B.
“It’s really important not to put all of your eggs in one basket or to be one-dimensional. Now more than ever, you have to keep the attention span and you have to keep a lot of things going on,” she said.