Grammy Award winning singer Ashanti is snatching edges with her gorgeous looks and killer body.
The “Good Good” artist linked up with soca star Machel Montano in Saint Philip, Barbados, this week to perform their joint collaboration “The Road” at the Soca Universe event. They took the stage together Wednesday, July 31, and brought the house down with their up-tempo single produced by musician Travis World.
Montano sported his normal tank top-and-jeans ensemble during their onstage performance, while Ashanti, 38, showed up in a tan bejeweled bodysuit, flesh-color fishnet stockings and golden silk cape. She also donned a gold belt around her waist to accentuate her petite waistline.
The image posted to the star’s Instagram Thursday evening, was an up-close snapshot of her thighs. She wrote in her caption, “Love it when I’m with u babyyyyyy 😜.”
Fans ogled Ashanti’s brickhouse figure and “stacked” body.
“Shorty stacked 😍. On everrthang I luv I’ll sing for her 🤣. Love you Ashanti.”
“Ashanti can do no wrong! The Queen of the night looked extra fine and thick 😋.”
“Looking so sexy and beautiful 💋 woman wow. Yasssssssss girllll slayyyy. Loved having you.”
“She super bad and thick asf. My my my u sholl look good tonight ❤️🔥 damn girl.”
Ashanti and Montano first recorded their song “The Road” together back in January. They performed the track in public for the first time ever in February for Carnival 2019 at the Hasely Crawford Stadium in Trinidad and Tobago. They released their new music video for the single Monday afternoon, and she told Billboard she really enjoyed working with the soca artist.
As for maintaining the celeb’s thick thighs and curvy shape, the key is eating clean and exercising on the regular, according to her interview with Buzzfeed in 2017.
“For me it’s about eating healthy and taking care of yourself,” she said. “I’m embracing who I am naturally, so I go to the gym and work with an awesome trainer, I work with an herbalist, I do detoxes, I juice. I’m heavy with my kales and ginger, it’s very important to be aware of what you’re putting in your body.”