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Nelly and ashanti are they dating
Rapper Nelly is still dating singer Ashanti despite recent rumours of a split.The couple has been romantically involved since 2003, but they were rumoured to have gone their separate ways earlier this month (Jul08) after the New York Daily News quoted Ashanti as saying, "I'm dating my new album, and no one else." However, according to website Usmagazine.com, their relationship is still going strong.A source says, "(They) are definitely very much still together." R B star Ashanti recently collaborated with her beau for a song on her album The Declaration, which was released last month (Jun08).
At one point she moved to California to live with her longtime (stud) lover, and there was talk of a wedding.I’m sure Nelly is aware that women who say they are bisexual can not be trusted. I remember Tae from years ago swearing she was not bisexual or into men at all.You couldn’t tell Tae nothing about a man back then. Then again stud lesbians are notoriously difficult to get along with. Tae got her start as a video vixen starring in music videos such as Ne-Yo’s “Do U” and “Because of You”, as well as Kanye West’s “Gold Digger” video. First, he was holding hands with on-off girlfriend Ashanti at T. and Tiny's Miami nuptials in July (To be fair, her rep was quick to point out they're "still friends."). They all put you in a certain mind and certain state, so it's not like one is better than the other.Then, out of nowhere, he stormed the Billboard Top Ten singles chart with the surprisingly emotive "Just A Dream." met up with the St. It's just one may influence you differently than another. N: My inspiration for this album was basically geared inside me. Some people like to call it 'the big comeback album' or redeeming yourself or something like that, which I don't understand because had 5 previous albums and I only had one not to sell 4 million records.Louis superstar MC, 36, as he promoted his signature Apple Bottom Jeans at Macy's during NYC fashion week – and we were let in on even more surprises, like the only lady in his life now – his new album, , is due out November 16. I'm excited, it's a little different, obviously. I came up with the title because if you know anything about Mustang 5.0, you know the classiness of it as far as the history behind it, and also the mystique. (Laughs) so it's kind of hard to consider it a comeback, but it's a part of the game.But the tradition behind it, that's what I thought I was bringing with this album — more of a classic Nelly sound. It is what it is, and I'm not going to complain about it.I'm not saying this is a classic album because obviously that’s for the fans to decide. N: I reunited with Kelly Rowland again on a song called "Gone," which was produced by Jim Johnson who also produced The-Dream's last album. I'm just going to work through it so whatever they want to call it however they want to see it, it's here now and I'm excited about it. N: Definitely I think I've changed as a person. Even when I was doing "Brass Knuckles," I went through so much with losing my sister in ‘05, and six months later I lost my grandfather and a couple of months a go I lost my cousin.Two months after that, I lost my other grandfather, so you just go through so much.I'm not good with that type of emotion so I tend to engulf myself in work and engulf myself in trying to keep moving on so maybe it will fade away, but it never does. When I first came out, people doubted me in the same way. The industry did a full 360, so it's like night and day now.I think I work best when I'm "the underdog." I think it works for me because it worked for me in the very beginning, and I think it's working for me now. It's a song selling industry; it's a single selling industry right now.