Ming Lee Simmons comes from a family of entertainment royalty, but she just proved she has what it takes to turn the internet inside out all by herself after posted these wintertime (but hot) bikini pictures!
“In Cali it’s always swimsuit time ?” Ming Lee captioned the smoking shots!
She is STUNNING! And her social media is lighting up with fans who are letting her know it! Plus, the best part of them all is her dad Russell jumped into the comments to make sure she knew he wanted her to get back inside…it’s hilarious.
The ‘Def Jam’ boss himself, commented, “Well take your ass back to school in the cold somewhere ? As @aokileesimmons said what would the people of Wakanda say,”
Aoki Lee is her younger sister who joined into the family conversation in the comment section, saying, “My recent photo is from CHURCH where you need to go to find JESUS.”
“A queen,” one fan wrote. “Perfectly sculpted, Everytang and the kitchen sink???” another added.
People all agreed with this person, who actually turns 20 tomorrow, “You’re getting more beautiful & prettier Ming.”
Anytime you post hot bikini pics you will get a few of these comments, “EXCUSE ME I WASN’T READY OMG NATURAL THICKKKKK YAAASSSSS.” And….of course, she did!
The best part is…it was cold the days she posted the photos and a few of her friends let her here about it, “girl its cold today lmao , still cute” and another said, “Idk about that. It was only like 60° today. You look cute though!”
A few of us remember some of her early appearances of her mom’s reality show, one person pointed it out, “She is all grown. Seems like yesterday watching her on Life on the fab lane with her baby sister. The time flies so fast I remembered when I saw you on the tv show on E! You were a little shy girl and calm. And now you are such a grown and beautiful woman.”
According to reports, Ming Lee has joined the family business and will join her mother in the resurgence of ‘Baby Phat’ clothing. The mother-daughter duo will collaborate with Forever 21 to drop their new collection of velour suits, body chains and other products.
Ming spoke to Essence Magazine about the project, saying, “I’m a member of a generation that can’t get enough of 2000s styles even though we were babies when it emerged. There was something seamless about the way that music, fashion and pop culture flowed together. I believe that’s the vibe we’re all chasing 20 years later. Part of the fun of a direct to consumer brand is that you can release a clothing drop the same way musicians release music instantaneously. It’s a lifestyle play.”
Many agree with this person’s comment, “Kylie who? This is the Ming Dynasty ?????”