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Angela Simmons Rocks ‘Lady In Red’ Look in This Latest Photo

Growing Up Hip Hop” star Angela Simmons is once again causing a buzz online with her fashion slay.

The 32-year-old is sending fans into a frenzy with her edgy yet modish style. She posted a photo of herself over the weekend sporting a red, zip-up, long-sleeve jumpsuit embellished with white track lines, and paired it up with cherry-red pumps. She accessorized her look with a gold-chained burgundy Chanel shoulder bag retailing for around $3,900, a pair of large hoop earrings, and an oversized gold watch.

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Angela Simmons. (Photo: @angelasimmons.Instagram)

Simmons rocked two feed-in braids combined into one large goddess braid. She seemingly opted for a more natural eye-makeup look combined with a dark red lipstick. She wrote in her Instagram caption on Sunday, “🎶 I realized we could rule the world 🎶🌎 #SaturdayNights.”

The reality star’s eye-catching ensemble sent fans over the moon.

“Hot Mama 🔥🚨!” one fan wrote underneath her photo. “That red do turn heads 👀.”

Another person commented, “Slay Boss B–ch luv it! Where did you get that jumper @angelasimmons ❤️it very pretty in Red 👏.”

“Ain’t enuff 🔥 emojis…girl yesssssss!!! You a whole mood today 🔥 and your style is bomb af!” a third fan wrote.

“U look sooo fabulous 🌹 Love the outfit. Looks great on you,” another added.

Simmons’ flaring jumpsuit post comes days after she posted a heartfelt video message about gun violence. Former Western Kentucky basketball player Cliff Dixon, Kevin Durant’s “adopted brother,” was shot to death outside a metro Atlanta bar last week, and it really hit close to home for Simmons, who lost her ex-fiancé Sutton Tennyson to gun violence last year.

“I’m getting to the point where I’m really getting tired of hearing about our men being killed from gun violence. This is too close to home,” the mother of one said in an expired Instagram Story video. “I mean I’m really frustrated, and I really think our community needs to stand up and figure out something for these gun violence laws.”

She added, “Our young men need programs and a lot needs to happen, and I’m at the point where I’m ready to figure that out. Because I’m tired of it, and I’m really, really, really tired of hearing we’re losing young men to gun violence by other young men who are doing it. It is ridiculous, and I have had it.”


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