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‘We See You Pokin’: Angela Simmons Takes the Cake After Fans Ogle Her Outfit

Angela Simmons and her curvaceous figure is the talk of the Internet.

Despite suffering from self-esteem issues in the past, the television personality and daughter of DJ Rev Run of Run-DMC appears to be more confident than ever in her appearance. She also isn’t afraid to flaunt her curves, even if it’s in the most subtle way.

Simmons took to Instagram on Thursday with a photo of herself posing on a high-rise balcony in front of a city backdrop, showing off her snazzy fashions. She sported an asymmetric neon-green long-sleeve tunic, form-fitting white jeans and a pair of lime-green pumps. She kept her look simple, only wearing a gold necklace and diamond stud earrings for accessories.

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Angela Simmons @angelasimmons/Instagram

Quoting Cardi B.’s “Money” lyrics, she wrote, “I gotta fly, I need a jet, I need room for my legs. I got a baby 💗.”

Fans gaped over her smashing looks.

“Beautiful. Love everything about this fit. 🔥 n dope pics girl n keep on slaying,” one fan commented underneath the photo.

Another added, “Love this fit on you❤️💪 you definitely got your grown women on real strong 😊.”

Other fans pointed their attention to her derriere.

“Don’t hide it with that shirt we see you pokin 👀.”

“Angela got cakes for days lord hem mercy 😍😍.’

“Oh she thick thick we see that thang sis 🔥.”

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Angela Simmons arrives at “Def Comedy Jam 25” special event at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on Sept. 10, 2017, in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo: Gabriel Olsen/FilmMagic)

Despite folks accusing the “Growing Up Hip Hop” star of showing off her body for attention, she’s made it clear in past interviews that she’s quite confident in her body.

Simmons used to struggle with low self-esteem in her teens and always felt she wasn’t thin enough.

“I didn’t embrace my curves because I was so young,” she explained to the Breakfast Club during an interview last June. “I had a little diagram and I would draw this big person and then …  draw the person I want to be, skinny. 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.”

She eventually changed her mindset with the help of working out and eating healthy. The whole experience influenced her to create fitness and wellness company Built Not Bought, which bills itself as helping women who struggle with low self-esteem.

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