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‘Basketball Wives’ Star Jennifer Williams Posts New Photo That Has Her Fans Begging for More

Jennifer Williams isn’t done teasing sexy photos just yet.

About a couple weeks after the “Basketball Wives” star uploaded a shot of herself in a lacy bodysuit that titillated fans, Williams posted another one from the same photoshoot.

“Hot cocoa on a cold day… 📸 @krishphotos,” Williams captioned the Jan. 22 Instagram upload.

Just as before, fans were dazzled by the latest pic.

“Hot COCOA🔥🔥😘😍😍”

“#QUEEN , #are you trying #2 #make #this #WhiteMarshmellow #Melt…. 😉”

“Woman, hotter than 10 firesides!!! Just gorgeous!”

And several ate up the addition of the fur coat draped across Williams’ shoulders.

“That Fur! 🔥🔥🔥🔥”

“Beautiful as usual…….Oh I want that fur.”

“Love that fur 💞yes.”

“Neiman Marcus fur amazing.”

That’s a shift from the response “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” alum Kenya Moore got last week when she wore a fur coat on a brunch date with her baby girl Brooklyn and pal Miss Lawrence.

Moore kept warm in fur that accented her black midi dress and white booties when a commenter remarked, “Why do you wear fur? Tortured animals is not cute!”

Luckily, the star had plenty of fans ready to defend her. They told the Instagram user to “mind your own business” and even questioned the woman on whether or not Moore’s fur was real.

But if that user was so up in arms about Moore, they’d have a fit with actress Tiffany Haddish’s plans for keeping police from killing Black people. In December, the comedian said she refuses to stop wearing fur — including a fur vest gifted to her by a fan — until Black Americans are no longer being targeted by cops.

“So, sorry PETA! Don’t be mad at me, be mad at the police; because people are important, and so are the animals,” Haddish said in an Instagram video published at the time. “When they stop killing black people, I’ll stop wearing fur … ’cause people are important and so are the animals.”

Toward the end of that week, PETA responded saying they adore the comedian and hoped she’d change her form of protest.

“We love you, Tiffany and as an animal rights organization we advocate for and believe in kindness towards all, including animals,” the animal rights organization said. “We hope that you choose to protest in a different way that doesn’t harm any humans or any animals but is kind to all.”

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