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Exposed! Angela Simmons Sister Daryan Puts Her On Blast For Being FAKE! #GUHH

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If you don't watch Growing Up Hip Hop or if you didn't watch Run's House faithfully, then you may not know that Angela and Vanessa Simmons actually have a little sister by the name of Darian. Darian is the daughter of Rev Run and his ex-wife Valerie.  And from what they showed on Run's House, Darian grew up in a much more "modest" lifestyle than Angela and Vanessa. Angela has had a fractured relationship with her little sister Darian for years, apparently, and on the last season of Growing Up Hip Hop, they actually brought Darian on to try to mend that relationship. To me, Angela seemed uninterested in mending the relationship with her sister.  She really seemed like she could care less, but their big sister Vanessa seemed to really want them all to have a sisterly bond.  And when Angela sat down to talk with Darian she broke down crying, and seemed to want to mend things as well. Welp, fast forward to today and all that crying and wanting to make up has gone out the window.  Darian actually put Angela on blast on social media for PRETENDING to want to make up for the reality tv cameras.  But in real life, nothing changed! Shout out to Tea Tenders (@teatenders_liv) for capturing these images from Darian's insta-story.  Yikes! Putting your family business on social media (or tv for that matter) is never a good thing to do, in my opinion.  But I guess if you have to get something off your chest, then you do what you have to do.  But none of this seems right to me. What do ya'll think?  Are ya'll surprised that Angela's own sister says she's fake?  And do ya'll think Darian was wrong to put all this family business on social media? LINKS *Take 25% Off EVERYTHING using the code SPRING SOCIAL MEDIA IG: @lailahlynntv TWITTER: @lailahlynn EMAIL: WEBSITE: Disclaimer - Excerpts from books, blogs, social media, and public figures protected by Fair Use Clause of the Copyright Act which states - Notwithstanding the provisions of sections 106 and 106A, the fair use of a copyrighted work, including such use by reproduction in copies or phono-records or by any other means specified by that section, for purposes such as criticism, COMMENT, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use), scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright.