Hip Hop Legend NAS Is In Love … Meet His New LATINA GF … A Beautiful New PLUS SIZE Model!!

Hip hop legend Nas is officially off the market. Media Take Out learned that the pioneer of rap has a new woman in his life, and that the two are pretty serious.

We’re hearing that Nas, 49, has been dating a beautiful 20-something young model named Claudia Garcia, for some time now. According to our sources, Nas and Claudia are currently on vacation together in the Dominican Republic.

Claudia’s parents are from the Dominican Republic, so it seems pretty personal for Nas to choose to vacation there. Could he be going to meet Claudia’s family?

Of course, neither is showing pictures of the other publicly. Look:

The gorgeous Claudia works as a plus sized model out of the Los Angeles based Natural Model company. She’s generating a TON of buzz, and people are saying that if she keeps up her work, she could end being one of the biggest models in the world.

Here are some pictures of the gorgeous young beauty:

And here’s some of Claudia, showing exactly what God has blessed her with. You don’t get a body like that without eating a lot of platanos and arroz con abichuelas.

Que Linda!!



Here’s Claudia modeling a few wedding dresses. Could a wedding be in her and Nas’ future?

Nas is regarded as one of the greatest rappers of all time. The son of jazz musician Olu Dara, Jones began his musical career in 1989 as he adopted the moniker of “Nasty Nas” and recorded demos for Large Professor. He was later featured on the 1991 song “Live at the Barbeque” by Main Source.

Nas’s debut album, Illmatic (1994), received universal acclaim upon release, and is considered to be one of the greatest hip hop albums of all time; in 2020, the album was inducted into the Library of Congress’s National Recording Registry.

His second album It Was Written (1996) debuted atop the Billboard 200 and charted for four consecutive weeks; the album, along with its single “If I Ruled the World (Imagine That)” (featuring Lauryn Hill), catapulted Nas into international success.

Both released in 1999, Nas’s albums I Am and Nastradamus were criticized as inconsistent and too commercially oriented, and critics and fans feared that his output was declining in quality.[citation needed]

From 2001 to 2005, Nas was involved in a highly publicized feud with Jay-Z, popularized by the diss track “Ether”. It was this feud, along with Nas’s albums Stillmatic (2001), God’s Son (2002), and the double album Street’s Disciple (2004), that helped restore his critical standing. After squashing the feud, Nas signed to Jay-Z’s Def Jam Recordings in 2006 and went in a more provocative, politicized direction with the albums Hip Hop Is Dead (2006) and his untitled 9th studio album (2008). In 2010, Nas released Distant Relatives, a collaboration album with Damian Marley, donating all royalties to charities active in Africa. His 10th studio album, Life Is Good (2012), was nominated for Best Rap Album at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards. After receiving thirteen nominations, his 12th studio album, King’s Disease (2020), won him his first Grammy for Best Rap Album at the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards; he then followed it by releasing his 13th studio album, King’s Disease II (2021), as the album’s sequel. In the same year, his 14th studio album, Magic, was released on Christmas Eve. King’s Disease III (2022) is his fourth consecutive album with producer Hit-Boy.

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