‘Uh No’: Angela Simmons’ Fans Go ‘Issa’ Fashion No After They Blast Her for Wearing These

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Growing Up Hip Hop” star Angela Simmons was apparently raided by social media’s fashion police this week.

The television personality apparently scores big or fumbles the ball when it comes to her fashions, and it seems the latter may have been the case this time, according to fans.

The 31-year-old mother took to Instagram on Wednesday evening and posted an image of herself sporting a few pieces from rapper Cardi B’s new collection with Fashion Nova. She wore a white, long-sleeved belted blouse with a pair of front-and-back distressed jeans embellished with fringes.

“In my own zone ‼️” Simmons captioned the photo.

Angela Simmons
Angela Simmons. @angelasimmons/Instagram

Her top was a hit with fans, but her bottoms not so much.

“Uh no girl IDk wut u was thinkin wit those jeans they ugly as hell 😣.”

“Sorry Ang but those bottoms are a no for me nowhere near cute but the top is decent.”

“It’s a no for the jeans, for me, but that hair is 🔥.”

“She look like she cut the jeans 😂 them pants issa no for me dawg i ain’t feelin them.”

Angela Simmons. @angelasimmons/Instagram

Other folks loved her outfit.

“Where can I find these pants? 😍💙 I think you look lovely you always on point.”

“Love the jeans and shirt ❤️ u can wear just about anything.”

It’s pretty clear that everyone has a different opinion about celebrity fashion fails.

In recent news, it’s been confirmed by We TV itself, that Simmons will star on the new “GUHH” series “Growing Up Hip Hop: New York” which is supposedly set to air this summer.

Simmons, along with her brother Jo Jo Simmons and “GUHHATL” cast mate Lil Mama, will be a part of the series’ cast. New faces will include rapper Ja Rule and his former “Murder Inc” labelmate and magnate Irv Gotti, as well as a few others.

On top of her many jobs, Simmons is still on the quest to help women who struggle with low self-esteem with her fitness and wellness program “Built Not Bought,” which she began in the wake of suffering from body issues when she was a teenager.

“I think that it is important for people to just love where they’re at and who they are at that moment,” she said to BET in May 2018. “If your body is feeling strange, embrace that and love that too. It doesn’t matter if you have curves or don’t have curves.”

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