Nelly and Ashanti have officially called it quits after nine years of dating. He has bounced back and is dating model/actress Tae Heckard…she posted pics of her with Nelly on her Instagram.
According to Necole Bitchie,
They met on a video set almost 10 years ago. The two remained friends and dated here and there, which led to Tae inking Nelly’s nickname “Mo” on her lower back. The tattoo can be spotted in her 2005 spread in Smooth Magazine.
Tae is most known for her recurring role on BET’s The Game, as well as numerous videos which include Keyshia Cole’s “Trust & Believe.” She also appeared with Nelly in his 2006 “Grillz” video.
Ashanti tells “Kathie Lee & Hoda” that she has teamed with FUSE TV and is the host and executive produce a music news program.
She’s also working on a new album called Braveheart.
It’s basically a music news show that’s filling the void. We use to have TRL back in the day on MTV. And they kind of went toward reality tv. This is something we’re going to pioneer and inject something back into music. We’ll be talking about album sales, iTunes, and maybe we’ll get a little bit into the relationships of who’s dating who. We’ll be watching new videos, new artists, performances, it’s going to be really cool.”
Ashanti performed at Omega’s 5000 Men Mega Party and debuted a new joint from her new album Braveheart, called “She Can’t”
Ashanti performed “The Woman You love” on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” She is looking good and gearing up for her forthcoming album BraveHeart, due June 19.
Ashanti is back and finally releases a video for her new single “The Woman You Love.” off her Braveheart album…the first from her own label Written Entertainment.
Ashanti back after a long hiatus with a new single “The Woman You Love.”She has left Murder Inc. and doing things much differently now…what do you think of the new Ashanti?
Ashanti stopped by Access Hollywood and got candid about her comeback, why she took so long, the business and her new album:
On what took her so long to come back on the music scene
The label I was with kinda fell under an indictment and that actually put a hold on everything. It was like a black cloud that I had to kinda come out of and we had to do a lot of damage control. I wanted to distance myself from that. I did Broadway, I did some films –I did ‘John Tucker Must Die, ‘Resident Evil’ and I had to regroup and say, “Okay, we’re going to have a fresh start and I’m going to try and put my business hat on and try and look for an different angle to try and approach music because it felt like the industry was changing dramatically in those past three years.” We know music, it changes, and three years is a long time.