Ashanti is flaunting her killer curves in a yellow bikini as she enjoys some much-needed vacation in Waikiki Beach in Hawaii, just days after clashing with a fan who thought she was a stripper.
The R&B singer and songwriter has been very busy on social media, and she uploaded several photos where she is showing off her toned physique in a bright yellow swimsuit.
The “Rock Wit U (Awww Baby)” and “Rain On Me” songstress used the caption to tell the world the obvious — she is flawless.
The John Tucker Must Die actress has been in the news for several reasons.
She recently made headlines for getting into a fight with a fan during a concert in Hawaii.
As Ashanti was putting a very steamy performance, the fan decided to throw money.
An angry Ashanti lashed out and said: “Let me tell you something – stop, stop stop. I need you to stop throwing that money, I am not an f****** stripper, OK?”
The fan responded by: “WAIT Ashanti ain’t that you in your background video throwing money? And aren’t you giving a lap dance?. Cardi B is ‘the only one winning right now.”
Fans are torn by her reaction because some find she was wrong because her performance was raunchy and others claimed the fan was disrespectful.
Ashanti has just dropped a new song called “Say Less” that was produced by DJ Mustard and features Ty Dolla $ign.
WAIT Ashanti ain’t that you in your background video throwing money ? And aren’t you giving a lap dance ? Lmfao .. she ain’t say nothing to me but you gonna pick on the small white boy lol my Dj ? Damn. Now we know why #CARDIB the only one winning right now. #FACTS HAWAII YALL KNOW WTF is good ! PS; WATCH TILL THE END … you broke hearts tonight, girl. & we were jUST tryna show love and that’s how it’s done in the H.I. #whatislove ? 😂🤷🏼♀️ it is 2017!
“Say Less” is the first single from the diva’s forthcoming album, her first since 2014’s BraveHeart that will be out sometime next year.
She said this about the project: “I’m excited about 2018! When my first album came out, we didn’t have Twitter or Instagram. If I had been able to tweet where I was, taking jets here and there, performing in Monaco, the clothes, and the cars – it would have been very different. Technology changes and the sound changes. I feel like there was a lot more work we had to put in back then. When you were recording in the studio, you really had to record eight tracks to get harmonies. Now you can press a button. Your hunger and work ethic has to always remain the same.”
Ashanti is still on top of her game.