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‘Sexy Like No Other’: Fans Gape Over Angela Simmons’ Sultry Photos

Angela Simmons and her dashing looks are leaving an enamoring effect on social media users.

Over the weekend, the television personality posted a stream of enticing photos of herself modeling a few garments from clothing brand CB House. She sported a black graphic T-shirt imprinted with the cartoon character Dumbo, a pink mini-skirt and laced heels. She complemented her ensemble with a denim jacket, a gold cross-body bag and silver bangles.

Angela Simmons.
Angela Simmons. @angelasimmons/Instagram

Her photo shoot with Q, a visual artist with Hardy Image Group, apparently took place in downtown New York City, according to the celeb’s geotag.

“🎶 If they love me or hate me ….It don’t make no difference ‼️” Simmons wrote in her Instagram caption.

Fans swooned over her post.

“This look 🔥 you look so gorgeous just pure beauty.”

“Omg I love this look 😍👑 your eyes are really popping sexy like no other.”

“You know I love everything about this look! 😍 girl them shoes are everything.”

“Ahhhhhh you soooooooooo pretty 😍 how could they hate you i love u.”

Others took issue with her fashion details.

“The shoes are a no go for me 🤷 .”

“I love your looks but this doesn’t do it for me especially those shoes.”

Angela Simmons
Angela Simmons. @angelasimmons/Instagram

Simmons is used to receiving flak from social media critics on her appearance and her success.

The 31-year-old, who’s the daughter of hip-hop legend Joseph “Rev. Run” Simmons of the group Run-DMC, has apparently managed to step out of her father’s shadow and make a name for herself in the entertainment, social media and business world.

In September 2018, she launched social campaign Pressure Makes Diamonds, which helps teenagers and millennial women overcome life hardships by building their confidence and self-esteem.

“The whole idea of this campaign and the mission just came from [my] life and the pressures that I’ve been through,” she told Black Enterprise, referring to her teenage struggles with body image issues. She said the goal of the campaign is to promote healthier living, mentally, physically and emotionally.

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