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‘I’m Here for the Legs’: Angela Simmons’ Sexy Pose Turns Heads

Angela Simmons, the daughter of Joseph “Rev. Run” Simmons of Run–D.M.C., is heating up the internet with her sexy looks.

The 31-year-old star showed off her appearance and fly fashions on the ‘Gram this week, leaving fans swooning over her post. She took to Instagram Monday afternoon and posted a picture from her recent photo shoot with Los Angeles photographer Brandon Almengo.

She posed for the camera on an outside balcony, wearing a brown snakeskin-mesh dress and a matching blazer. She complemented her get-up with chocolate snakeskin ankle booties and pair of diamond stud earrings. The celeb also wore her hair in wavy ringlets and opted for a bronze, dewy, natural makeup look.

Angela Simmons
Angela Simmons. @angelasimmons/Instagram

Simmons’ slit dress displayed her “thick thighs” and legs as she posed with one of her legs up. She captioned her post: “Trying to keep your head up high. While you’re tremblin’, that’s when the magic happens 🎶.”

Angela Simmons
Angela Simmons praised for looks. @angelasimmons/Instagram

Fans bombarded her post with a shower of compliments.

“I’m just here for the legs she’s f–kin gorgeous 🔥”

“That sexy pose! Your a True Queen indeed!!! Real Talk”

“Her dress and boots are everything! 😍 serve sis”

“Angie sexy she’s naturally stunning 💎”

Although Simmons is often looked at as a sex symbol, the “Growing Up Hip Hop” star admitted years ago that she wasn’t always comfortable in her skin.

“I had body issues,” she explained on “The Breakfast Club” during a June 2018 interview. “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. And I would feel like everyone around me was smaller. I just didn’t get it.”

Angela Simmons
Angela Simmons. @angelasimmons/Instagram

The reality star said her mindset changed during her late teens after she began eating healthy and working out. She also attributes her bold posts to confidence, something she’s clearly gained over the years.

“Confidence is key to life,” she wrote via Instagram in February. “When you have this ingredient … you do what you want. You can comfortably be in your own skin. There is nothing anyone can do or say to shake that.”

She continued, “We all struggle won’t self esteem issues . But when you finally get your power/strength… There’s no going back.”

She currently owns fitness and wellness program “Built Not Bought.” She’s seemingly invested in helping women who also struggle with low self-esteem.

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