Esther Baxter

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Esther Baxter

Esther Baxter
Born: September 25, 1984 (1984-09-25) (age 33)[1]
Miami, Florida, USA
Ethnicity: Black
Nationality: American
Measurements: 34-24-40
Bra/cup size: 34F (75F)  (same as DDD cup)
Boobs: Natural
Height: 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)
Weight: 134 lb (61 kg)
Body type: Average
Eye color: Green
Hair: Brunette
Underarm hair: Shaved
Personal pages

Official website

Blogs: Twitter
Communities: MySpace
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Esther Baxter (born September 25, 1984) is an American model from Miami, Florida. She is well known for her voluptuous figure with a measurement of 34DDD-24-40. She is also an aspiring actress.


Esther Baxter rose to prominence after being featured in the music video for Petey Pablo's single "Freek-A-Leek" in 2004. Since then, she has appeared in several music videos , including Ludacris's "Number One Spot", Will Smith's "Switch", Nelly's "Shake Ya Tailfeather" and Kanye West's "The New Workout Plan". In addition to video success, she's also been in a number of magazines, such as VIBE, King, and XXL.

She is also been called "Miss Freek-a-Leek" due to her appearance in Petey Pablo's video. As of August 2007, Baxter has retired from modeling and video shoots in order to attend college.[2]


An 18-year-old Baxter married and divorced her Marine Corps husband in a matter of a few months. She has dated many popular NBA players and hip hop stars since her divorce.

In the July 2008 issue of Black Men Magazine, Esther returns to modeling where she reveals that she is married and has a son.

Video Appearances

Baxter has appeared in a number of hip hop videos. They include:

  • "Keep It on the Low" by TQ
  • "Freek a Leak" by Petey Pablo
  • "Vibrate" by Petey Pablo
  • "Shake Ya Tailfeather" by Nelly
  • "Caught Up" by Ja Rule
  • "Number One Spot/The Potion" by Ludacris
  • "Switch" by Will Smith
  • "Overnight Celebrity" by Twista
  • "Bottles N' Up" by Benzino
  • "King of The Dancehall" by Beenie Man
  • "Row Da Boat" by Don Yute
  • "One Call Away" by Chingy
  • "Tush (Tush, Tush, Tush)" by Ghostface Killah ft. Missy Elliot
  • "Don't Say Nuthin'" by The Roots
  • "Keep Doin' It" by Violator
  • "Gangsta Girl" by Big Tymers
  • "Nookie" by Jacki-O
  • "Get Low (Remix)" by Lil Jon
  • "Oh Yes/Clockwork" by Juelz Santana
  • "Ting Ting" by J Menace
  • "Spaceship" by Kanye West
  • "The New Workout Plan" by Kanye West
  • "Angel" (unreleased) by Pharrell Williams
  • "How the Hustlers Do It" by Swishahouse feat. Webbie
  • "Georgia" by Ludacris feat. Field Mob

Magazine appearances

  1. XXL (June 2004)
  2. The Source (June 2004)
  3. XXL (July 2004)
  4. King (August 2004)
  5. Smooth (August 2004)
  6. Smooth Girl (September 2004)
  7. The Source (September 2004)
  8. Today's Black Woman (October 2005)
  9. Da Book (September 2005)
  10. Blackmen SSX (June 2005)
  11. Vibe (January 2005)
  12. King (January-February 2005)
  13. XXL (January-February 2005)
  14. King (May-June 2006)
  15. Blackmen SSX Esther Baxter Special (Summer 2006)
  16. Blackmen (October/November 2006)
  17. Blackmen SSX Esther Baxter Special 2 (January 2007)

Calendar Appearances

  1. Ethnicity (2005)
  2. The Unforgettable (2005)


  1. Bio on official site. Retrieved on 2009-09-22.
  2. Smooth Magazine, Issue 32, August 2007.

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