AceShowbiz - Ice Spice is known for her unique physical appearance, including her red curly hair and her over-the-top body, besides her great lyrics. But she apparently didn't always look like that prior to making her professional debut as a musical artist.
A never-before-seen picture has surfaced online, revealing the Bronx femcee's look pre-fame. Obtained by Media Take Out, the photo, which was reportedly taken back in the star's college days, when she played Volleyball at SUNY-Purchase, shows her looking different without red wig.
Ice Spice, whose real name is Isis Gaston, wasn't also as curvaceous as she is now. The drill rapper, who has been accused of getting Brazilian butt lift surgery, appears to have slimmed down a lot now as her face looked rounder in the old photo.
Prior to this, Ice Spice has had her own share of dealing with scandalous headlines. Earlier this month, the was forced to clarify after reports swirled on the Internet that her sex tape had leaked.
Taking to her Twitter account on October 4, the "Munch (Feelin' U)" raptress denied that she's the woman featured in the NSFW video. "u guys want them fake a** leaks to be me so bad just so u can go beat your lil dirty meat to it," she posted on the blue bird app.
Ice Spice's tweet arrived as social media users were rambling with speculation about whether or not the star was actually the curly-haired woman seen in the video. Some other Internet sleuths suggested that the man in the video may be Drake, who was caught in dating rumors with Ice Spice back in August.
At the time, Ice Spice and Drake sparked dating rumors after they were seen hanging together at a concert in Drake's hometown of Toronto. However, just weeks later, their relationship seemingly went sour as Drizzy stopped following Ice Spice on Instagram.
It's unclear what prompted the "In My Feelings" hitmaker to abruptly decide to unfollow Ice Spice. Addressing the matter, she said, "Shame on you, Drake. Shame on you. You shouldn't have done that." She, however, shut down speculations that they're beefing as adding, "It's OK. It's all love."