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‘Something Looks Off’: Ashanti Fans Frown On Her Sexy Pic After They Notice Something Different About Her Face

It seems Ashanti recently caught fans off guard with her appearance.

The 39-year-old crooner partied it up in Antigua and Barbuda for the new year and, of course, posted several photos of her vacation to Instagram. On Jan. 2, she shared a stunning snapshot of herself wearing a one-shoulder, curve-hugging nude dress.

Flossing her ensemble and shapely figure, Ashanti fiercely posed for a photo and wrote in her caption, “Sending out an abundance of love and appreciation for all of the love & support in 2019!!! Wishing everyone health, wealth and happiness!!! Here’s to a prosperous 2020!!!Happy New Year!!! 🎉❤️🙏🏽#TeamAshanti”

Ashanti. @ashanti/Instagram

A few fans gawked over Ashanti’s photo, but a large majority claimed there was something off about her face.

“Doesn’t look like you something is off with face. I hope she ain’t get surgery😩”

“Damn I’m looking like who is that? It must be the makeup they eye or cheek is off”

“You look different..lips are fuller or you got botox. She got work done?”

“Looks slightly different..😶 her face? Damn I ain’t feeling it”

Ashanti never addressed detractors’ concerns in her comments, but several of her fans attributed her “off looks” to a makeup faux pas.

The “Baby” singer’s New Year’s post comes days after she nearly broke the ‘Gram with her bikini thirst trap.

Last week, Ashanti took to her Instagram Story and posted a sexy photo of herself sporting a black bikini top and matching bottoms. She posed on a jetty with her gams, toned stomach, and cleavage exposed, while slightly pulling down her bikini bottoms below her waistline. She looked off to the side as she flossed her show-stopping curves.

Ashanti. @ashanti/Instagram

In April, the R&B artist spilled the tea on how she maintains her fit body.

“I try to get four to five days in a week with my trainer,” she told Parade. “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.”

Ashanti also follows a pescatarian diet, avoids fried foods and relies on hydrotherapy sessions and colonics.

“It’s good to fast,” she added during the interview. “Also, this may be TMI, but colonics are great, too.”

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