Ashley ‘Ms. Minnie’ Ross’s Boyfriend Writes Loving Post After Her Death

Slickbeatz has paid tribute to his girlfriend Ashley ‘Ms. Minnie’ Ross after she died this week following a car crash.

As reported by The Shade Room on Wednesday, the Atlanta-based music producer posted a photo of the two on Instagram where he called the “Little Women: Atlanta” star the “love of my life.”

“The moment I saw you, I just knew it,” he captioned a sweet pic of him kissing Ross on the side of her face. “I realized that you are all that I have been searching for all my life. I love you today, I love you tomorrow, and I will love you the same 10 years from now. Ima miss you baby girl #teamminnieforlife.”

Early Tuesday, the Lifetime personality’s management released a statement on Ross’s Instagram page, saying she passed away Monday after she allegedly “succumbed to injuries from a tragic hit and run car accident” on Sunday night.

However, based on their preliminary investigation, the City of South Fulton Police Department suspect Ross was actually killed due to a head-on collision.

"The initial crash investigation shows that Ms. Ross was traveling south in a Nissan Sentra on Old National Highway," authorities said in a statement. "Her car hit the right-side curb, crossed into the northbound lanes and struck a Ford Focus that was traveling north head-on."

"Ms. Ross received serious injuries and was transported to an area hospital for treatment, where she died Monday night," they continued. "The driver of the other vehicle received minor injuries and was treated at the scene."

Additionally, a public information officer for the department told People on Tuesday, “There was no third vehicle involved,” adding, “There has not been any mention of driving under the influence is a factor."

Ross and Slickbeatz began dating last year.

The former hairstylist from Tennessee is survived by her mother Tammy Jackson, her aunt Veronica Deloney, her uncle John Deloney, and her grandmother Rose Deloney.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to her loved ones during this difficult time.


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