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‘Illegal Thickness’: Angela Simmons Puts Her Clappas on Display In Recent Video and Fans Go Wild

Angela Simmons is giving the internet a run for its money with her eye-catching curves.

The “Growing Up Hip Hop” star put her banging body on display this week and left her fans gawking. In a promotional video for her new partnership with Dhair Boutique, the 32-year-old television personality showed off her hourglass figure and caked up rump-shaker in a revealing bikini, while on the beach in Tulum, Mexico.

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Wearing a tribal two-piece, Simmons walked towards the beach with her unclad backside out and captioned her Instagram post, “Take me back TULUM 🥰💫🙌🏽.”

She racked up more than 378,000 views on her video and a swarm of compliments from her fans.

“Omg 😧🤪 you look good sis I love how thick she is #illegalthickness”

“She’s a bad thing fine asl super thick 🍑🙌 🌹 absolutely fabulous and gorgeous, Miss. Simmons”

“Damnnnn 😩 I want to strandid on that island with @angelasimmons 😍😍😍 #Sexy #Thickalicious”

“🔥 thicker den a mf snicker, yes the world knows you’re beauty 😍 looking good luv”

Angela Simmons
Angela Simmons. @angelasimmons/Instagram

Simmons’ took her confident nature to the next level last month when she shared a photo of herself semi-nude. She posed on a wooden bench with her legs crossed and her wavy tresses covering her exposed areas.

Seemingly firing back at naysayers who’ve criticized her former fashions, Simmons captioned her post, “You accuse her of being ill-dressed. I agree. Clothes don’t become her. I’m not what I wear, I’m not what I don’t wear. I am Who I am regardless .. take it or leave it.”

Angela Simmons
Angela Simmons. @angelasimmons and photographer @meech213/Instagram

In September 2018, the mother of one launched a social campaign titled Pressure Makes Diamonds, which helps teenagers and millennial women overcome hardships by building up their confidence.

The project stems from Simmons’ personal life struggles and pressures that she’s been through, according to an interview she did with Black Enterprise at the time. She said the goal of the campaign was to promote healthier living, mentally, physically and emotionally.

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