Angela Simmons is taking social media by storm with her captivating beauty.
The “Growing Up Hip Hop” star flaunted her personal style and gorgeous looks this week. She took to Instagram on Monday, Feb. 10, and uploaded a series of photos of herself wearing a sexy get-up.
Simmons donned a black corset dress adorned with a two slit fronting and a paneled cape sleeve. She paired her ensemble up with black heels, a bronze belt and silver accessories. The television personality posed elegantly seemingly in the comforts of her home and showed off her curves.
Clearly tooting her own horn, Simmons captioned her post, “Some LA nights be like …. Tonight …. ♥️”
Fans quickly flooded her with compliments.
“Slaying em 🔥📸😍 yeah this is what I call 👌 you only missing one thing… the LA King 🤴🏾”
“Angelas simmon you looking so gorgeous and so beautiful my heart is on 🔥 yassssssssss hunni killed it”
“Hello Cleopatra 😍 u are breaking necks looking like a goddess. Your skin is glowing”
“You killing it ma 😩🤤 you are simply stunning please stay focused and never stop being you because you are good vibrations”
Simmons, 32, has currently been the talk of the internet after sharing what she described as a previous domestic violence situation.
In a recent interview with ET News, the mother of one recounted her traumatic experience and described it as one of the “worst times” in her life.
“It happened to me in the past, and I just felt like there are so many other women like me, right, who are going through the same thing who aren’t speaking about it or need that little extra push or encouragement to get out of it,” she told the publication on Thursday. “I want to be their voice and I want them to know they’re not alone. And sometimes domestic violence doesn’t just look like being hit, or things being thrown at you, but it’s also verbal abuse. You have to know when enough is enough and to get out of it but to also have a strong team behind you.”
“I have a program called Pressure Makes Diamonds where I go and I speak to the women and just let them know you’re beautiful — just because you have flaws, it’s what you come out as,” Simmons said. “And that’s what makes you beautiful. It’s accepting it and just owning it, and knowing that you grow from what you go through.”
Simmons never revealed who she was referring to.