Social media is blasting Angela Simmons for drawing attention to her curvy assets.
The “Growing Up Hip Hop” star has become a household name for naturally curvy bodies and doesn’t mind flossing her own on the ‘Gram from time to time. Fans, however, feel the celeb is doing it for attention.
Simmons took to Instagram on Tuesday with a photo of herself seemingly on the set of a photo shoot. She sported a blue form-fitting tracksuit with a white T-shirt and black heels. Apparently camera-ready, she posed in profile in her curve-hugging get-up, emphasizing her derriere.
She added in her caption, “Concrete Jungle .”
Some fans decided they’d had enough of Simmons’ apparent intent and claimed she purposely posed at a side angle to draw attention to her backside.
“She knew what she was doing with that side angle,” a fan commented underneath the photo.
“She must be having a mid life crisis craving for attention ,” another person added.
“Here you go again with the thirst trapping,” someone else added. “Attention seeking.”
Other folks gushed over Simmons’ image.
“That thing pokin Angela you’re so damn fine .”
“Good Lawd woman!!! them cakes look heavy.”
For years now, folks have suspected that Simmons underwent some sort of plastic surgery to enhance her shapely figure, but she’s denied having any cosmetic procedures.
During a 2014 interview with Bossip, she shut down rumors, saying that she’s pretty “confident and happy” with how she looks.
She’s also focused on having a healthy lifestyle and setting long-term fitness goals as opposed to just setting short-term weight-loss goals. She was recently spotted doing yoga and ramping up her boxing efforts, adding in her caption, “Unapologetically me! #SorryNotSorry #BNB #builtnotbought .”
The 31-year-old also encourages women to love themselves unconditionally.
“I think that it is important for people to just love where they’re at and who they are at that moment,” she told BET last May. ”If your body is feeling strange, embrace that and love that too. It doesn’t matter if you have curves or don’t have curves.”