Just when folks thought Ashanti was done with her stream of thirst-trapping photos, she surprised them with a sultry video of herself showing off quite a bit of skin.
The “Foolish” singer is letting it all hang out in her latest post that leaves little to the imagination. Although it’s pretty evident that Ashanti has the arena of sex appeal down pat, she’s still showing fans that she too can “bust down” for the ‘Gram.
The 38-year-old musician took to her Instagram Story on Sunday with a jaw-dropping clip of herself wearing a blue bikini thong suit while singing her song “Rain On Me.” She appeared to be inside a waterfall shower as she danced to her 2003 hit single in her skimpy two-piece.
Ashanti’s tantalizing video was reposted all over social media, receiving over 3 million views on Instagram. It was more than enough to leave fans drooling for more of her thirst-trapping clips.
“Ohh Laawwwdddd 😍😜 will you please marry me @ashanti? Nelly really messed up 🤣 she so bad🙌🏾.”
“Bawdy bawdy 🔥 (my girl still can’t dance) lol she still a hottie though !!”
“Why she gotta look this good for😱🔥 can i be the bathing suit 🤤👙.”
“This bawdy is crazyyyy 🔥🙌🏼Yasss Natural body 😍.”
Some fans were unimpressed with the celeb’s sexy clip.
“I thought it was a white gurl drunk dancing lol. She wants attention so bad!!”
“What’s the purpose of this? All she does is dress half naked and make no music.”
In addition to churning out the chain of alluring photos, the singer actually spoke about her supposed upcoming album this year. She told Forbes in December that she’s been working on a new album with various artists, including Tory Lanez, Swae, Big Sean, and Lil Wayne.
“When it comes to my music, I cannot wait for people to hear my new project. Metro Boomin and I are putting something special together,” she said.
Ashanti also told iHeart radio earlier last year that fans can expect a totally different musical sound from her than they’re used to.
“The new music, I’m saying things that I haven’t said before and I probably wouldn’t. But I think it’s important to be just honest, transparent, [and] vulnerable at times and just be real,” she explained. “There’ve been times where I may not have put music out, but it doesn’t mean I wasn’t in the studio creating. It’s always a really safe place for me.”