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‘Don’t Touch My Girl!’: Angela Simmons’ Fans Warn ‘GUHH’ Cameraman to Watch His Hands After Doing This

Social media seems serious about protecting “Growing Up Hip Hop” star Angela Simmons at all costs.

The reality actress is currently in the midst of filming the first season of “Growing Up Hip Hop: New York” and shared a photo of herself working on set this past Saturday. She added in her Instagram caption, “Same show! New City! #GUHHNYC #Grinding.”

In the midst of preparing to shoot a scene, the cameraman apparently helped Simmons with her microphone and placed the item inside her back pocket, evidently causing him to touch her derriere.

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Angela Simmons and one of the cameramen from “GUHHNY.”

Loyal fans of the 31-year-old pointed out the man’s hands and blasted production for getting too “touchy-feely” with their favorite celeb.

“Don’t touch my girl brah! 💀 🤦🏻‍♀️😂 this is how you end up poof! Tell buddy to chill out before I hurt him 😁.”

“@angelasimmons don’t get buddy killed now!. but nah I woulda risked it all… 🤷🏾‍♂️😂.”

“Aye watch your hands buddy! Keep them off my damn wife 😆.”

Other folks wished they were in the cameraman’s position.

“What’s his job title? I’m tryna see something 👀😂 that cameraman did not know how great his day was gonna be. #yellowinyellow.”

“I wanna do what he do! Be the ‘get the ass lookin just right’ guy. Lucky bastard! I’d KILL to have his job 😃💯.”

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Vanessa Simmons and Angela Simmons attends the premieres of “Marriage Boot Camp: Hip Hop Edition” and “Growing Up Hip Hop” at Nightingale on Jan. 9, 2019, in West Hollywood, California. (Photo: Earl Gibson III/Getty Images for We TV)

In April, We TV announced the network would be expanding its “GUHH” franchise by taking it to the Big Apple. The series will shed light on some of hip-hop’s most influential artists and their children.

Simmons along with her brother Jo Jo Simmons and their cast mate Lil Mama will be a part of the show’s cast. New faces will include rapper Ja Rule and his children, Jeff Bruce Atkins Jr. and Brittney Atkins; “Murder Inc” magnate Irv Gotti and his children, Angie Pearson and Jonathan “JJ” Wilson Lorenzo; “Terror Squad” rapper Fat Joe and his son Ryan Cartagena; Da’Zyna, daughter of Public Enemy star Flavor Flav; as well as a few others.

The series is set to premiere sometime this summer on We TV.

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