she deserved all of her success for that album,
even though i hated “happy” at the time. can i font that i was obsessed with this song from her second album…
she was the epitome of the “pretty hood vixen who dated the drug dealers“.
ashanti was riding high,
but as soon as this onedropped:
…that was pretty much it. it didn’t help 50 was destroying “murder inc” as well.
ashanti is known for her “work out” goals than her music. even tho i love males, this new picture of her right hereeeeeeeeeeee…
ok so i want to start something new.
well, one that may start a debate in the foxhole.
i know we all like music here.
it brings us together as well as push up apart.
i am a big time music head myself.
but i often wonder when looking back,
who was i really feeling? depending on how this go, we will continue.