‘Bringing the Heat’: Angela Simmons Takes Over the ‘Gram With Sultry Cali Vibes

Growing Up Hip Hop” star Angela Simmons is bringing the heat to the West Coast with her jazzy guise.

The 31-year-old mother looked incredible this week while apparently in Los Angeles. While ostensibly filming or gracing a photo shoot, she posed outside in what seemed to be an alleyway while in a black corset, high-waist shorts and a black floral kimono. She complemented the ensemble with a pair of black stilettos, a gold necklace that read “Angela,” and pair of oversized earrings.

Angela Simmons
Angela Simmons. @angelasimmons/Instagram

She sported her hair in two feed-in braids, a super trendy hairstyle and opted for a glamorous look that included a dramatic lash, navy blue eyeliner, a nude lip and a full face of makeup.

Angela Simmons
Angela Simmons. @angelasimmons/Instagram

Simmons wrote via Instagram, “I don’t want to play no games 💗 you got it” and added, “Loving the skin I’m in ♥️.”

“This is the best she’s ever looked. I Love You Girl 😍 You Are a QUEEN 🔥 my inspiration 🙌.”

“You look so gorgeous, the two cornrows really suit you and your make up is stunning!💃🏾.”

“Whew she got legs for days! Your makeup is always on point! Not too much just enough. Yesss 😍.”

“Yasss, this is a Great look for you 😇. Sis is bringing the heat to L.A.”

Simmons is believed to be in between New York City and L.A. for the shooting of both “GUHH” franchises.

She’s slated to be a part of We TV network’s new franchise spinoff “Growing Up Hip Hop: New York.” In mid-April, the network announced it would be expanding its reality television 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, will be a part of the show’s cast. They will star alongside Ja Rule and his children, “Murder Inc” magnate Irv Gotti, “Terror Squad” rapper Fat Joe, Public Enemy star Flavor Flav, Young Dirty Bastard, son of the late Old Dirty Bastard, as well as a few others.

“Growing Up Hip Hop: New York” premieres Thursday, August 29, at 9 p.m. EDT on We TV. 

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