‘GHHH’ Fans Confuse Pepa for Her Daughter In Latest Instagram Post

Sandra “Pepa” Denton is looking fine these days and fans think the star is even aging in reverse!

The “Growing Up Hip Hop” star on Monday uploaded an on-the-set photo to her Instagram page that had fans stunned by her youthful looks.

“RED created for a bad chick! #pepitup #peptalk #signature #red #lips #badbitches #jamaicangayl #jamaica #saltnpepa signature color by @beautybyerick Hair by @queenwink,” the rapper captioned the post, which gave insight into how her look came together.

Fans couldn’t help but gush over how she was giving her 20-year-old daughter, Egypt Criss, a run for her money.

“Looking like your daughter 😍.”

“Curious case of me pepa cause you aging backwards.”

“Hey Egypt 🔥”

“Lol yea Pep you lookin like Egypt 💯💯”

“@darealpepa You and your daughter look so much alike on this picture you look cute.”

“I thought u was your daughter😍”

“Your children look just like. And you look the same as 30 years ago. That’s crazy!!! Beautiful pic 💕”

“I see my baby Egypt 💕💕💕🔥🔥🔥”

The positive responses are a stark contrast to some of the other kinds of reactions Pepa’s looks have generated in the last several months.

In September, fans criticized one-third of Salt-N-Pepa for sporting a blond wig and appearing to lighten up her complexion.

“Dame pepaaa you happy cause you are now White on the outside? SISTAR who hurt you?”

“U look white!? I knew you when you was Black… SaLT N Pepa???  Midlife crisis.”

“Who dis white woman? I’m sad that you turn into a white lady but as long as you’re happy.”

And back in April, Criss was forced to defend her mother against a detractor who blasted Pep for appearing to enhance the curves of her body. Pepa had uploaded a photo of herself in a one-piece bathing suit with her hips appearing to be wider.

“@storyang fake curves….altered body..and NOT a good one,” was one of the Instagram user’s comments.

“@ichloecakes my mom loves her body so if she’s happy then I’m happy,” Criss said in response to the negativity.

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