R&B singer Ashanti is trending this morning following a video of her twerking at a carnival surfacing online.
The 38-year old singer who performed with Soca artist Machel Montano at Hasely Crawford Stadium last month for Carnival, shared a video of herself having major fun at the party.
The voluptuous singer shared a video of herself twerking up a storm in a tight pink dress and her fans had a lot to say.
“video of you twerking had me picking out my own casket!!!” one person wrote.
Another person wrote; “And she’s all natural.”
“That thick thang Ashanti,” a third person commented.
Watch the video below;
Ashanti dancing at Carnival was everything I didn’t know I needed 😩 pic.twitter.com/xs1eygI978— Yha (@_yhaleon) March 5, 2019
This is coming months after the singer opened up her music career in an interview with Harper Bazaar.
“It’s crazy. It’s an awesome feeling to know through it all—all my trials and tribulations, the obstacles, and the ups and the downs, the growing pains of the music industry—to still be here and being on tour and having people scream out your records and crying and standing on line and doing meet and greets and buying your T-shirt… it’s an incredible, humbling feeling. I’m super blessed to have an amazing team with my momager, my attorney—a team of people that I’ve known since I was 14. It’s really a blessing.”
On how that album helped shape her career:
“I think it definitely set the tone for who I am and what music resonates with females—and males too. My album as a debut artist is still in the Guinness Book of World Records. It’s an amazing feeling. It gave me the ability to grow and become more and more vulnerable as each album came out. It’s funny because last night I was in Berlin and there were so many females that were like, ‘This record saved my life,’ and ‘I’ve been following you since I was six’ or ‘since I was nine.’ To see how records really penetrate, it’s such a filling feeling. Like, I don’t even know this person and to be able to perform a record that touches them like that is really cool. I would have never thought back when I was 19 that I would be in Berlin, Germany performing and having girls cry about how these records touched them.”