Angela Simmons, the daughter of DJ Rev Run, seems to have social media users in their feelings.
The 31-year-old mother recently flossed her curvy frame in a recent photo captured by celebrity photographer and videographer Ted Joseph in Barbados. She sported a lime green string bikini, showing off her abs, cleavage, hips and toned legs. She also opted for a no-makeup type of look, highlighting her natural beauty and curly tresses.
“Here for the bikinis and sunshine 🌴☀️,” Simmons captioned the photo. “#MyLens #BNB #babesinbarbados💕.
Some of the star’s fans felt she was “doing too much” by revealing some of her physical assets in the photo.
“Angela! I feel like you doing too much!,” a fan wrote. “Most of your pics show more skin and cleavage than class. Can we have the ‘wealthy’ girl Run raised who’s not clout chasing 🙄.”
Another naysayer commented, “There you go AGAIN, attention where. Stop trying to get everyone to notice you.”
Other fans denounced critics and gawked over how Simmons’ beach bod.
“You put in that hard work !!! Love to see your glow. 😊 She’s Naturally Beautiful Guys,” an Instagram user chimed in.”
Another added, “See’s straight body goals 🔥! 💚 She looks good and her body looks good.”
Simmons wasn’t always been the most confident woman when it came to her body. She revealed in June 2018, that she struggled with body image issues throughout her teenage years on MTV’s reality show “Run’s House.”
“Growing up, like honestly speaking, when I was younger, I grew up kind of like thicker. They [her siblings Vanessa and JoJo Simmons] were always small and I always felt like, ‘I’m big,’” she told the Breakfast Club in June 2018.
She continued, “I didn’t embrace my curves because I was so young. I kind of had a little journal I would write in and I would always be like, ‘I think I look like this.’ And I had a little diagram and I would draw this big person and then draw myself skinny. Like, draw the person I want to be, skinny. And it was like, I had body issues. I was concerned that I was fat. I was like, ‘I just feel fat.’ I always had that conversation. I would cry about it. And I would feel like everyone around me was smaller. I just didn’t get it.”
The 32-year-old said it wasn’t until she “19 or 18” and moved from the East Coast to the West Coast that she eventually started to love the skin she was in. She slowly but surely changed her eating habits and began working out.
“And then I just learned how to figure it out,” she added.
The 31-year-old said she no longer struggles with body image issues and loves what she sees in the mirror.