“Growing Up Hip Hop” star Angela Simmons seems to be parading her natural assets all over the ‘Gram this week.
The television personality is giving folks a run for their money with back shots of her bodacious booty. She took to Instagram Wednesday and posted a chain of images of herself posing on a side street, apparently in New Jersey.
She sported all denim including a jean jacket and bottoms a white tee and red pumps. One photo featured Simmons looking over her shoulder with her face and backside facing the camera. Another image showed the 31-year-old other looking off to the side while the camera seemingly panned onto her rump-shaker.
Seemingly proud of her curve-showing Instagram pics, she wrote in her caption, “🎵You be stayin’ low but you know what the vibes is 🎵 😎 #yummygirl.”
Her post received 145,000 likes from fans who ogled her body.
“Yes babe thick and got cakes for days 💣😘 damn don’t hurt em in Jersey.”
“Lawed help me I almost crashed that ass 💪🔥🔥 got to be mo careful, heyyyyy ms parker!!! 🤦🏽♂️.”
“🤯 Wht a Goddess 🐎🐎 singing Ginuwine ‘in those jeans’ 😍.”
“What waist?? ❤️❤️ great work @angelasimmons !!!!! You motivate me for sure!!!! got them cakes 🍑!!”
Although others have accused Simmons of parading around her body for attention, she’s made it clear in past interviews that she’s just merely confident in her appearance, although that hasn’t always been the case.
Simmons used to struggle with low self-esteem in her teens and always felt she wasn’t thin enough.
“I didn’t embrace my curves because I was so young,” she explained to the Breakfast Club during an interview last June. “I had a little diagram and I would draw this big person and then … draw the person I want to be, skinny. And it was like, I had body issues. Growing up, I was concerned that I was fat. I was like, ‘I just feel fat.’ I always had that conversation. I would cry about it.”
She eventually evolved her mindset with the help of working out and eating healthy. The whole experience influenced her to create fitness and wellness company Built Not Bought, which bills itself as helping women who struggle with low self-esteem.