Angela Simmons Shows Off Her Figure in Trendy Fashion Look: ‘Spring is Not Ready for You’
Reality television personality Angela Simmons is making waves again with her curvaceous physique.
Simmons, the daughter of DJ Rev Run of Run DMC, eventually learned to embrace her body image and prides herself in helping other women do the same. She’s not afraid to flaunt her shapeliness, and that’s exactly what she did earlier this week.
The 31-year-old mother took to Instagram on Wednesday with a fashion post of herself. She rocked a pair of distressed sky blue jeans, a gray T-shirt with a pink-and-blue design motif, and a pink, cropped moto jacket. She added a pair of mauve Red Bottom heels to complete her look and opted for natural makeup beat. She also went for “easy breezy curls.”
Simmons wrote in her caption, “Layered look by @qlovebug #yummyextensions #yummygirl.”
Fans fawned over the celeb’s fashion-forward look, but it was her curve-hugging bottoms that most caught their attention.
“Damn girl those jeans fittin you like a glove She sexy in her pastel!”
“You killed. Spring is not ready for you @angelasimmons love the color blocking u do great combo.”
“Cotton candy and taffy, sweet-n-sexy them jeans showing your thickness .”
“Thick and sexy @angelasimmons cotton Candy lookin delicious . I love me some you .”
“Damn you bad! Love those jeans u gotta a Goddess of some type .”
Simmons was not always the confident woman that fans now see. She learned to embrace her curves during her late teens after suffering from body-image issues while starring on MTV’s “Run’s House.”
She also perceived herself as “fat” compared to her sister Vanessa Simmons and their brother JoJo Simmons, who are both naturally slim.
“Growing up, like, honestly speaking, when I was younger, I grew up kind of like thicker.” She told “The Breakfast Club” radio show during an interview in June 2018. “I didn’t embrace my curves because I was so young. … I had body issues. … 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.”
Around “19 or 18″ the “GUHH” star said she learned to be more in control of her body and began working out and eating healthy.
When asked if she still deals with low self-esteem, she assured folks she doesn’t and answered, “I’m good!”