R&B singer Ashanti is now as known for her thirst trap pics on Instagram, as she is for her music. But Ashanti wanted to make clear to her fans that her body parts are all real.

Today, most celebrity women get plastic surgery - for a more perfect body or a body that's deemed as "perfect" based on societal standards. But Ashanti did things the natural way, with diet, exercise, and great genes.

Here's her performing at a recent concert in London:

In this pic, she confirmed that she uses "no fillers." In the comments, her friend Tamar Braxton co-signed the post saying, "You don't need it."

Ashanti has a very positive self image, which came across in a recent interview, where the 41 year old singer said, "Being a woman in this industry, having success, and being able to inspire women to be great, makes me feel confident and powerful… taking care of myself and really understanding how to be healthy mentally and physically is so important."

In 2002, Ashanti released her eponymous debut album, which sold over 505,000 copies throughout the U.S. in its first week of release. The album earned her many awards, including eight Billboard Music Awards, two American Music Awards, and a Grammy Award in 2003 for Best Contemporary R&B Album. The album has since been certified triple platinum in the United States and sold six million copies worldwide. The lead single for the album, "Foolish", was a critical and commercial success; it reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100. With "Foolish", she became the second artist (after The Beatles) to have their first three chart entries in the top ten of the Billboard Hot 100 simultaneously. Ashanti wrote and sang for Jennifer Lopez's "Ain't It Funny (Murder Remix)", which also reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100