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Shemar Moore Leaves 'Baby Girls' Thirsty with Shirtless Selfie Showing Rock-Hard Abs

Aby Rivas
Jun 09, 2019
06:44 A.M.
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Shemar Moore is not shy when it comes to showing off his fantastic physique, and in a recent selfie shared to Instagram, he left his fans fanning over his toned figure and suggestive pose.


The former “Criminal Minds” star recently delighted his fans, whom he calls “baby girls,” with a new shirtless selfie that earned him thousands of thirsty comments from his followers.


In the pic, Moore is rocking a hat and sunglasses, and not only is he showing off his abs but his jean is also riding pretty low on his waist. He took the chance to create a suggestive pose with a beer bottle on his lap, asking in the caption: “Want a sip?”


Fans were in a frenzy over the actor’s shenanigans, quickly biting the bait and filling his comment section to the brim.


“Awww hell...and to the gutter, my mind goes! Lordy, yes, but I would want to drink it down!” wrote one flustered follower.

Another added, “damn it, Shemar! Some of us have stuff to do today!!!”

And a third one raved:

"Dear God, I thank you for this beautifully crafted human being.”



Moore adopted the term “baby girl” from his “Criminal Minds” character Derek Morgan, who used the nickname on analyst Penelope Garcia, played by actress Kirsten Vangsness.

“Baby Girl is a testament to the love I’ve been shown by my fans,” he explained in some promotional clips for his new series “S.W.A.T.” And added:

“It’s become this other machine of just excitement, loyalty, love that they throw at me and I do everything I know how to do to show them love back.”



The term eventually evolved and took even more significance for the 49-year-old star when he created the “Baby Girl” clothing line to raise funds for the National MS Society.

The cause if close to his heart because his mother, Marilyn Wilson, was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1999 and has been battling the demyelinating disease since then.


In 2015, Shemar told PEOPLE that after learning about the diagnose, he was in denial for a while. But eventually, he had to step up and realize his mom needed his help.

“I’ve just been learning about the meds and learning about how it affects different people,” he said. And continued:

“Five years ago, we thought she was going to be wheelchair bound. Then, by just doing some homework and really seeing what MS was all about, we learned that MS is affecting her, but not entirely. We were able to be specific about the MS and other factors in her life.”



Besides donating part of the proceeds from Baby Girl to the Nation MS Society to aid research, Moore also cycles the 100-miles for the Bike MS: Coastal Challenge every year.

“I’m gonna ride that bike every year, as long as my body will allow it, and it will because I’m healthy, I don t have MS, and I’m gonna continue to hug my mother,” he stated.

Mrs. Marilyn said she couldn’t be more grateful for her son’s generosity, explaining that his efforts totally determine her quality of life.

“My love for my mom is real, and I want her to beat this damn thing,” More countered. “She’s my Super Woman, and she needs to know that someone is out there fighting for her at all times.”


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