1990s Video Gal ‘Backyard Banging Like A Benzi’ From Wutang’s ICE CREAM Song – Still Looks GREAT!

The video girl from the 1990s Wu Tang hit Ice Cream is going viral, Media Take Out has learned. Beautiful model Tasha – who was just 19 when the video was filmed – took to Tik Tok to tell fans what she’s up to.

First, let’s get it out of the way…she’s still gorgeous.

@tashawoodard0811 pop up shop today! Come over! #sunglasses #popupshop #wer1exclusives ♬ O-Ton – Tasha

Tasha graduated from college and became quite the sought-after eyewear designer. She has worked for Baby Phat and other high-end designers for 24 years.

Now Tasha, a very devoted mother, lives in Atlanta where she works as a real estate agent. But her passion is still eyewear design, so she set up her own boutique stocking her uniquely designed eyewear.

Here are some pictures of the beauty:


Ice Cream, released in 1995, is the third solo single by Wu Tang Clan member Raekwon from his debut studio album Only Built 4 Cuban Linx… (1995). The song features Wu Tang Clan members Method Man in the intro, chorus and outro, Ghostface Killah in the first verse and Cappadonna in the third.

The single’s B-side, “Incarcerated Scarfaces”, was included on the soundtrack for the video game Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (2005). Both songs are included on the compilation album The RZA Hits (1999).

Lauryn Hill sampled “Ice Cream” in her song “I Used to Love Him” ​​off her 1998 album The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill. The Game remixed “Ice Cream” with its freestyle “Can’t Understand” in 2004.

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