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Angela Simmons’ curves are often conversation starters. Whenever the entrepreneur and reality TV star posts a photo serving us natural body-ody, there’s someone in the comments section either praising her for reminding us what a real woman looks like or criticizing her imperfections. Sis looks good. Periodt.

Angela was living her best life this summer, unapologetically showing off her assets in stylish looks that accentuate her long legs, thick thighs, flat stomach and round backside. She recently walked the runway, in an electric blue bikini, for Miami Swim Week.

The beauty’s body sparked debate on Twitter, last month, when user @MzSh0nniebab3 tweeted,

So I am in the group on fb and some guys are being negative about her body, I thought it was fine🥴 guys y’all don’t like this?

Apparently, some men found thought Angela’s cellulite was unattractive. The thread quickly gained traction and before the user’s account was suspended, but the topic still lingers.

Despite negative comments, the rest of Twitter (with their head on straight) praised Angela for shutting it down time and time again.

Check out five times her killer curves got the people going.

1. Angela Simmons

Angela pulled up on our timelines rocking these spicy pink thigh high boots and crop top. 

2. Angela Simmons

Angela served the girls in a camel velour set with bikini top that matched her melanin. 

3. Angela Simmons

Angela Simmons showed off her buxom bottom in a jumpsuit. To quote Jessie Woo in the comments section, “Lawd.”

4. Angela Simmons

Who wears short shorts? These cut-off denim shorts highlight her long legs and snatched stomach.

5. Angela Simmons

If killing them softly was a person, it would be Angela posed on the balcony in this sultry swimsuit.

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