Ashanti showed off her curvaceous figure when she shared rarely seen photos from her stage performance during her set on the Millennium tour 2020.
The Grammy award-winning songstress is known for putting on a memorable shows with her revealing and glittering costumes. In a recent post, she sent pulses racing in a gold costume.
Switching up her black hair for a red wig, Ashanti looked gorgeous in a sequence embellished bodysuit that was paired with fishnet stocking and showed off her lingerie.
Many fan fans commented on her look and pointed out that the outfit perfectly showed off her curvaceous figure. One fan simply showered her with fire emojis.
A fan commented on a picture of Ashanti in a gold bodysuit while on stage during the Millennium Tour 2020 | Source: Instagram.com/ashanti
It is reported, Ashanti maintains her famous figure and flat abs by incorporating regular workouts sessions, which include lots of squats and a healthy diet.
In 2014 she revealed to XONecole that she has cut out a lot of unhealthy foods from her diet, especially fried foods. Another secret to keeping her slim, she said is going for routine colonics.
Ashanti admitted that wanting to look her best on television is her motivation for sticking to a strict diet and intense workout routine.
She believed that the camera does add on a few pounds, and as she had gotten older, her metabolism has slowed down, forcing her to watch carefully everything she eats.
Ashanti revealed that she chooses to eat clean foods like salads and juices, which is not always easy when she is touring, and people are ordering fast food. However, she argued:
"I will not eat fast food, at all. I will starve before I eat fast food. It's crucial and essential to eat healthy."
On top of her cross-country tours, Ashanti recently got back into acting. In 2019 when she featured in Lifetime's "A Christmas Winter Song."
She told Cheat Sheet that playing a married woman for the role showed the natural progression of her maturity as woman and actress from when she last starred in movies such as "John Tucker Must Die" and "Coach Carter."