Angela Simmons Reveals The Type Of Guy She’d Like To Date Following The Pandemic

Angela Simmons Reveals The Type Of Guy She’d Like To Date Following The Pandemic
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As parts of the United States begin reopening their doors and their businesses, a lot of Americans are wondering how they'll adjust themselves to regular life again. Moreover, some have wondered how to improve their lives.

Page Six recently spoke with Angela Simmons and the star claimed that once the quarantine is over, she's ready to turn a new leaf regarding the type of men she'd like to meet. According to Angela, she's open to dating and wants to meet guys, but the men have to meet particular criteria.

Simmons stated he would have to be "established," "God-fearing," and "funny," among other personality traits. But perhaps the most important of all is a lack of drama and also her son's feelings toward him. In case you're unfamiliar with Angela, she's a reality star from Growing Up Hip-Hop on WeTV.

She has a 3-year-old son named Sutton Jr. whom she had with Sutton Tennyson. He was murdered in his Atlanta driveway in 2018. Regarding her perfect man, Angela re-emphasized that she wasn't interested in drama at all.

As it was previously reported, the father of Angela Simmons son was shot and killed in Atlanta approximately two years ago in November 2018. Angela has been very candid regarding the emotional toll this has had on her and her child.

BET picked up on an episode of Growing Up Hip-Hop in which she described what it was like to tell her child that his father was murdered in cold blood. When he asked if he was still alive, Angela said she immediately started crying.

It's clear the conversation was tough on the young boy, whom Angela said was acting "mopey" for the rest of the day. She said he's otherwise a very happy child.

Angela undoubtedly has had a lot of tragedy in her life. Fans of Simmons know she's connected to Russell Simmons, her uncle. Russell, the hip-hop mogul who co-founded Def Jam Recordings, was accused of varying levels of sexual misconduct in the advent of the #MeToo movement.

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