Angela Simmons Leaks Topless Pics – Goes Viral On The Gram!!
Angela Simmons is going viral today, but some of her fans believe that the socialite/reality star is doing too much for fame.
Angela Simmons, the daughter of Joseph “Rev. Run” Simmons, posted some extremely sexy pics and videos on Instagram in the past few days. And today she’s facing backlash for her provocative antics.
The 31-year-old reality star has been flaunting her natural body on social media for years – but the pics she’s posting are becoming more and more provocative each month.
On Tuesday evening, Angela uploaded a sensual video of herself prancing around in an orange and pink bodysuit. The garment hugged Simmons’ curves and showed off quite a bit of her cleavage.
Angela made sure that the camera phone captured every inch of her body, as she twirled her hair back and forth. She then shifted her bodysuit, fixing her cleavage at one point during the video.
Angela’s comments are currently in shambles, as her fans drag her over the explicit pics . . Here are a few:
Fans clearly took issue with Simmons’ sexy post.
“So what’s this all about Angie 🙄.”
“We need more covered up videos smh. Rev Run is still Rev I wonder what he would say about this video? smh.”
“Yu tryna pulling it closed now u knew how it fit before u got on IG.. 🤷🏿♀️ girl u know what u doing n this is not queen behavior.”
“She so stuck on herself and always tryna show off her body 🙄 girl put a shirt on or somethin.”
Others defended the “Growing Up Hip Hop” star, calling denouncers judgmental.
“She looks bomb ! You what the problem is? Yall don’t even know who she is , judging by what see. Stop 👌🏾.”
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