Life is seemingly looking and feeling great for singer Monica Arnold. The “T.I. & Tiny: Friends & Family Hustle” star recently revealed that she has changed her diet and is celebrating life as a single woman.
On Wednesday, Aug. 19, the 39-year-old “So Gone” singer shared a series of glam photos of herself to her Instagram page. In the images, she posed stripped down to her underwear.
In the photos, Monica was spotted wearing matching white lace underwear, sporting oversized denim jeans, and a Dior printed button-down shirt. The singer styled her hair in soft, loose curls and finished her look with a soft glam makeup look. “I don’t live in the shadows of my truth, I walk in the light they’ve created!! You don’t have to read between lines & sh*t with me!! ” the singer began her lengthy caption. She continued, “Translation!! Single for a year aka Lonely at times yet peaceful & In tune with my true self • Been strict on My Wellness Plan aka Hungry for Months I miss buffalo wings with lemon pepper sprinkles.”
The reality star concluded her post with an update on her ninth studio album set to release soon, entitled “Chapter 38.” She wrote, “Dedicated to My Children aka Loves of my life • Album almost Done aka 3 songs from finished• My Kids are my motivation PERIOD…. #MDA … #TRENCHES.”
Fans gushed over Monica’s gorgeous photos including one fan who wrote, “Omg QUEEN😭🤧🤧 you ate this tf up I’m living 😭‼️ Queen done got thick in us!!” Another user commented, “Faints!!! Wow! @monicadenise you look amazing!! Excited about the new.”
A third fan wrote, “Baby when C come home you ain’t gone know how to act!!! Y’all love give me ‘Superman’ vibes, 💙💙💙💙,” referring to the singer’s past relationship with former No Limit rapper C-Murder.
On Monday, Aug. 10, the singer announced on her Instagram Story that she was going to do her best to win the rapper an early release from prison. “You are not alone,” the singer wrote along with a photo of him. “The fight is about to change because you will not fight alone! Your daughter and Tru family deserve to have you with them! I’m about to be on some other sh*t @cmurder.”
In 2009, C-Murder, whose real name is Corey Miller, was convicted of second-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison for the fatal shooting of 16-year-old Steven Thomas outside of a Louisiana nightclub. Although the incident took place in 2002 and several witnesses recanted their stories, the rapper was denied another trial. To this day, the rapper maintains his innocence.