Jennings post comes on the heels of reports that he and Heckard are engaged.
(It’s worth noting that Brandon’s first public relationship was with Teyana Taylor when he was 20-years-old, but his post suggests that this new relationship is the first REAL one.) Tae has been sporting a huge rock on her ring finger, but the duo have not confirmed whether or not they are planning to tie the knot.
-Early March 2014: Ashanti was seen blowing kisses to her ex via facetime at her album release party. Pistons player, Brandon Jennings then popped into the picture and started posting photos via social media of Tae, hinting that the two were a couple. Tae also started posting photos which seemingly confirmed that she and Jennings were a couple.
"The first time I met Nelly he asked me for my autograph, but I think he was being sarcastic and I remember writing it down on the program.
That picture has been in so many publications as something else but it all started out as a joke.
For the record, it took him a long time to get my number." "Yes, I proposed to her...
It was early this morning at the Eiffel Tower, so I haven't slept at all. She's an extraordinary woman and I love her very much.
Today is a magnificent day for me, I'm engaged to a magnificent woman. [I chose to propose on the Eiffel Tower because] I've never been to the Eiffel Tower. It's Paris, it's a beautiful city, it's very romantic...[I bought her ring] a while ago... Ashanti Shequoiya Douglas (born October 13, 1980), known simply as Ashanti, is an American singer, songwriter, record producer, dancer and actress. In 2003, the self-titled debut album won Ashanti her first Grammy Award for Best Contemporary R&B album.Ashanti is known for her eponymous debut album, which featured the hit song "Foolish", and sold over 503,000 copies in its first week of release throughout the U. Her second release achieved a platinum certification and others top 10 singles.Ashanti wrote and sang background on Jennifer Lopez's "Ain't It Funny (Murder Remix)", which reached number one on Billboard Hot 100, which was also in the top 10 chart at the same time as "Foolish", "Always on Time" (with Ja Rule), and "What's Luv? by her label and capped off her successful debut by winning eight Billboard awards and two American Music Awards.