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Angela Simmons’ ‘Big Feet’ Overshadows Sexy Photo, Fans Take Heed

Angela Simmons, the daughter DJ Rev Run, shared an would-be alluring image of herself this week, but it backfired after folks started clowning her feet.

The 31-year-old who typically pokes fun at her flaws, was possibly blindsided by the recent roasting she received on the ‘Gram. She took to the social media platform on March 6 and shared a seductive photo of herself posing on a couch. She also donned a pink mini dress from Fashion Nova that showed off her bare arms, legs and feet.

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Angela Simmons. (Photo: @angelasimmons/Instagram)

She captioned the photo of herself, “You Give Me Feels 💜❤️💙.”

However, fans slid past the sexy vibes of Simmons’ photo and abruptly pointed out her apparently oversized feet.

“Hot af but damn those feet big,” one fan wrote, roasting the reality star.

“Wear ya right size shoes hun…i see 🌽 on them toes and big feet 🤔,” another fan added.

“Ya feet long as hell love 🤣🤣,” someone else commented. “a Fine big foot mama!”

Other users commented on how beautiful Simmons looked.

“My, how you have blossomed into a beautiful woman in your own right 🔥! Truly beautiful!”

“Sis slayed this forget the haters ❤️.”

The mother of one is using to dealing with the criticism of the Internet, but she eventually learned to embrace her flaws.

Simmons explained that as a teenager, she suffered from a lot of body issues, including low self-esteem after starring on MTV’s “Run House.” She felt she had more curves than her older sister Vanessa Simmons and interpreted them as “fat.”

“Growing up, like honestly speaking, when I was younger, I grew up kind of like thicker. They were always small and I always felt like, ‘I’m big,’” the reality star told “The Breakfast Club” in January 2018. “I would write in [a diary], 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.”

She continued, “And it was like, I had body issues. Growing up, 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.”

Once Simmons turned “18 or 19” she began training her body by eating healthy and exercising. She said it took some time to feel comfortable in her skin, but she eventually managed to do so. When asked how she feels about herself now, she told the radio station, “I’m good.”

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