Angela Simmons is giving the internet a run for its money with her jazzy fashions and eye-catching curves.
The “Growing Up Hip Hop” star paraded around her dashing looks this week on the ‘Gram and left fans gawking. She took to Instagram on Monday and posted a photo of herself rocking Adidas get-up. She wore a baby blue bodysuit and a two-piece navy blue matching long-sleeved top and skirt set. She paired her outfit up with multi-colored sneakers and kept the accessories light, only wearing hoop earrings.
Clearly camera-ready, she posed outside in front of a brick wall and captioned her post “You Only Make The 💲hots you take ☺️😉 #IGotANewSmile #ThatsAllMe #OnMyGrind #SelfLoving”
Simmons also sported her signature long, wavy tresses and seemingly opted for a natural makeup look. The getup she wore apparently accentuated assets like her curves, according to fans.
“So much thickness in these pics i cnt stand it 😘 looking good beautiful”
“You get more and more sexier by the day 🤤 so fresh so clean 👀”
“Love the fit and swag girl you out her slaying our lives”
“Hot tamale 🔥 Angela looks bomb af i swear i love her”
The 31-year-old mother continues to step out from the shadow of her father, hip-hop legend Rev. Run of Run-D.M.C., and make a name for herself in the fashion, entertainment, social media and business world.
In September 2018, she launched social campaign Pressure Makes Diamonds, which aids teenagers and millennial women in overcoming obstacles 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.
She also discussed her project during the 2019 Essence Festival in July, saying that her campaign is all for supporting young women in crisis.
“I know that everyone has a story and we either come out as diamonds or we can came out as coal,” she said. “It’s really your story that makes you, it’s not what you do, it’s who you are today.”