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‘Still the Baddest’: Ashanti Puts Her Authentic Curves on Display in Breathtaking Bikini

Ashanti set social ablaze this week with recent snaps of her seemingly flawless body.

Although it’s officially fall, the 38-year-old crooner is clearly still enjoying her “hot girl summer.” She took to her Instagram story on Wednesday and shared another hot photo of herself basking in the sun, while visiting a beach in Marmaris, Turkey. It’s unknown why she’s visiting the Turkish Riviera, but she could may be taking an early birthday vacation, seeing as she’s two weeks away from turning 39.

Ashanti shows off in swimsuits. @ashanti/Instagram

The picture showed Ashanti posing in high-deep water front of a large rock in a scanty blue bikini. The exposing two-piece set exhibited her toned tummy, killer legs and eye-catching curves. Her long brunette waves flowed down her back as she posed for the camera looking off to the side.

In a different photo that Ashanti uploaded to her Instagram page on Monday, Sept. 30, she sexily posed near the shoreline, wearing a multi-colored bikini top and bottoms from her PrettyLittleThing swimwear collection. The two-piece showed off an ample amount of her cleavage and her petite waistline.

Ashanti shows off in swimsuits in Turkey. (Photo: @ashanti/Instagram)

The “Rain on Me” singer was showered with flattering remarks from her fans.

“You are beautimous 🔥 and still the baddest female in the game I swear,” one fan wrote on September 2.

Another added, “Your still sexy has hell 😍😍🤤. Love this picture she allways look so dam pretty”

“Sunbaked and blessed,” someone else commented. “She keep looking better and better with age 🔥🔥”

As for how Ashanti got the body she’s so proudly flossing on all over social media, she opened up to Parade back in April and dished the tea on her fitness regime.

“I try to get four to five days in a week with my trainer,” she said. “We do weight training, cardio, running. … Sometimes [my trainer] has me work on mobility, other times endurance, and then we’ll go for strength. I think it’s important to mix it up and hit different parts of your body.”

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