R&B singer Ashanti continues to make people not believe she’s 39 years old. The popular crooner went online this week to deliver a stunning new look at herself appearing no older than 21.
Ashanti Stuns At 39 With Her Selfie Goals
On Tuesday, Ashanti made a random bid for Woman Crush Everyday. The popular entertainer hit up Instagram with a shot of herself flexing Black girl magic.
“missingyou1111” -Ashanti’s Instagram
In early July 2020, Ashanti brought some fresh meaning to Throwback Thursday. The curvy singer posted an Instagram pic donning a top and matching bucket hat promoting her chart-topping LP.
“And still… Chapter II vibes… who remember’s the baby T & bucket Merch? 😝😝” -Ashanti’s Instagram
Wait, There’s More
Earlier the same day, the New York musician jumped on Instagram with a heartfelt refection. She remembered how much pressure she had on putting out a quality follow-up to her self-titled Murder Inc. debut album.
“Chapter II. 17 years later. Thank you guys so much for all of the love and continued support. This was a scary yet fun time for me. I was still considered a new artist and had to live up to the success of my debut album “Ashanti”. So humbled to have my 2nd album go #1 as a new artist. Thank you to Murder Inc, all the amazing producers, Team Ashanti, late nights in the studio in Miami, and my horrible hand writing that only I can understand 😩🤣. S/o to @lorenridinger , JR & Amber bean lol we practically lived with you guys in Miami making this album 😂❤️ Hit the Swipe ➡️ Summer Vibes 🌞🌴” -Ashanti’s Instagram
Before You Go
Recently, Ashanti poured her heart into dishing on her “Rain on Me” music video. She talked about its emphasis on addressing domestic abuse and violence against women.
“Wow. This Is the 11min mini movie for “Rain on me”. It was so deep and so special. As a young black female, at one of the highest points of my career it was so important to get this message out. I will never forget the many fan letters I received from women telling me how this song gave them the courage to leave toxic violent, abusive relationships. I literally had women pouring their hearts out telling me how they were so scared and they felt like this song gave them the courage to leave. Those letters mean more to me than any award I’ve ever received. I wrote “Rain on me” in the back of a limo on the way to my book signing in Jersey in late 02’. Thank you and much luv to my bro @larenztate for killing this role and helping me create this incredible moment.” -Ashanti’s Instagram