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Diggy Simmons is fair game ladies. Despite always feeling like he’s still that goofy little brother on the Rev Run Show, the rapper-turned-Blackish-actor is 24 and showing off every pectoral muscle he can fit in an Instagram frame. Especially with his last thirst trappy photo. Whew chile.

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When he isn’t leaving us with our mouths open, he’s dropping bars. He recently jumped on a track with Big Sean’s artist B Free.

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Diggy Simmons Is Legal So It’s Ok To Look At These Thirst Trappy Photos was originally published on hellobeautiful.com

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Perhaps I’m ignorant. Perhaps I have been for some time now. Many of my perceptions, or misperceptions rather, were overdue to be rightfully shattered. It’s a shame—as one with many friends from Cameroon, Nigeria, and other countries throughout the continent of Africa—that I have remained so unaware. These friends raved about their homelands, and somehow their praise fell upon deaf ears, in part due to that as a child, Africa, to me, seemed branded as less than alluring. The media and my societal narrative has often viewed Africa with a lens of violence, poverty, and underdevelopment. This portrayal has caused generations of Africans to abandon their own heritage and traditions. During my trip to Ghana, I can’t say I’ve ever felt more comfortable in a space. I don’t think I stopped my Shaku from the time I got off the plane. Every stereotype that’s been perpetuated never pointed to me feeling this free. I was also fortunate enough to visit the slave dungeons in Cape Coast—small quarters where over a hundred of my potential ancestors were held captive on any given day with no nourishment, suffering in their own feces and urine. As heartbreaking as it was to stand on those grounds, my takeaway—apart from feeling both inspired and devastated—was a galvanized sense of pride. I felt as if I gained a more authentic and emboldened sense of self, furthering my own understanding of endurance through my ancestors’ plight. Thank you to @boriskodjoe @nicoleariparker @badassboz @thedebonairdisciple @nathanyahhalevi for the introduction to my truth. My year couldn’t have began with more clarity. 📸@joshuakissi styling: @nana.kwasi.wiafe

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Ghana ma ba fie 🇬🇭

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It Is What It Is.

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First Take - @jveloz

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Dawn at Martha's Vineyard.

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