Ashanti flaunts major legs in skimpy shorts while lounging on top of luxurious car

Claudine Varela
Jun 01, 2018
06:04 A.M.
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The singer exhibits her playful side as she parades her legs and describes herself as "a little bit spoiled" 


Singer Ashanti was in the mood to show off her legs when she lounged on top of a white luxury car in a series of posts she recently shared on her Instagram. 

The 37-year-old singer clad in an orange t-shirt and a pair of skimpy denim shorts paraded major legs as she sat comfortably on the hood of her luxurious ride.  She held on to a lollipop in one photo where she fashioned a pair of white sunglasses and pretended to be unaware of the camera.


“The orange popsicle with the cream”, she captioned, before posting another photo where she’s standing and leaning against the vehicle’s frontage. This time her legs are in fuller view along with the orange and white trainers she was sporting. She captioned this photo,

“Just a Long Island girl from around the way…” 


A third photo showed a more playful Ashanti enjoying her popsicle as she pulled a strand of her hair with her free hand while sitting on the same white car. Feeling the little girl vibe, the singer wrote, 

“When you’re a little bit spoiled...”


Though she may be portraying a carefree attitude in her latest posts, Ashanti channeled her more serious persona when she recently spoke to A Plus about the key to her success after 15 years in the business.  

In a phone interview she granted after performing at Room to Read’s 2018 gala, the 37-year-old songwriter revealed that being “very passionate,” “knowledgeable,” and “creative with what you are able to do” along with hard work are what makes one successful in the industry which she describes as basically a business. 


She also suggested to be in control of one’s story and not allow others to dictate how he/she should be perceived. 

“I think if you want to take charge of how you want to be perceived, you need to be in control and have as much power as you possibly can. Sometimes, when other people are involved, you may not be painted the way that it really happened or it really is. I think it's important to be hands on and, if you can't be in total control, at least be very much involved and be very aware because you don't want to have someone else misrepresent who you are or what you stand for."

Ashanti’s performance and support for Room to Read strengthens her plight to help children, especially girls around the world. The organization’s programs have been focusing on girls’ literacy and has benefitted more than 12.4 million kids since it was founded in 2000. 


Affirming her support for the institution, she said,

“Just being a female and living in a very male-dominated world — especially the music industry — whenever there's an opportunity to inspire young girls to be awesome I definitely try and take it."

And that what makes Ashanti a true artist and not just a “spoiled” girl as she portrays in her recent posts.