Angela Simmons is clearly feeling herself after debuting her recent hair transformation.
The “Growing Up Hip Hop” star swapped out her signature long ringlets for something a bit more short and sassy, apparently for the upcoming season. She took to Instagram on Thursday morning and shared a clip of herself rocking a jet-black, curly shoulder-length bob.
Gleeful about her new look, Simmons jammed to Da Baby’s new song “Suge (Yea Yea)” while tossing her new do from side to side. She also flaunted her cleavage in a tan bra and displayed her glam makeup beat.
“Had to switch it up … 💁🏽♀️ #yummygirl #yummyextensions,” she wrote in her caption.
Fans showered her post with hundreds of compliments.
“This is ur look sis!!! Keep the short hair 😍 killing em.”
“💕 This look suits you and frames your face better. One of the Finest women to walk this Earth 😍.”
“When I say I love this bob, every time I look for this it’s never right. This right here is everything 🔥❤️ this is so classy.”
“This cut is screaming sexy and classy at the same time 🖤🖤 looks good on you.”
Simmons was listed as the new brand ambassador of “Yummy Extensions” in early 2018. She announced via Instagram her partnership with the campaign during February of last year with a Black History Month photo shoot paying homage to music staples Janet Jackson, Beyoncé Knowles and Sade.
She also was selected as the ambassador for the inaugural Step Ahead 5K Run/Walk recently launched by youth organization The Student Leadership Network, Medium reported. The event apparently will serve as a fundraiser for the group, which purports to help students from low-income families obtain college opportunities. It’s slated to take place on Saturday, June 15, in New York’s Riverside Park. Simmons said she’s elated to participate in the 5K Run/Walk.
“I am excited to partner with the Student Leadership Network in their Step Ahead 5k walk not only because I am passionate about fitness & having an overall healthy lifestyle but also because I am passionate about giving back to the youth, especially those in underserved or at-risk communities, inspiring them to tap into who they really are and embracing their individual unique potential,” she told Medium.