After Ming Lee Simmons posted a picture of herself in the back of a car, a fan criticized her for not practicing social distancing. After seeing the comment, Aoki decided to defend her sister by asking the fan to read.
Ming Lee Simmons joins the rest of the world in self-quarantine to try and curb the spread of the highly-contagious Coronavirus. While she's been doing her part with the rest of her family, her latest Instagram post brought about confusion.
Posting a selfie of herself in full makeup at the back of a car, Ming began to explain how she doesn't know what day, month, or time it is. She explains that because of the Coronavirus quarantine, it's messed up her usual routine.
Ming goes on to encourage people at home to try something new to keep busy and to stay positive during such uncertain times. She ends her message by asking people to stay home and stay safe to protect everyone.
"It's really important that we stay inside and stay safe at this time to protect ourselves, our loved ones, and everyone else. Sending the world so much love right now."
Last but definitely not the least, Ming wrote a disclaimer that her photo of her inside the car was taken a while back. This was something she felt was necessary to write in case anyone tried to come at her for being out.
Unfortunately for her, someone did end up calling her out for the photo, but her sister Aoki was quick to come to her rescue by calling out the same person for not being able to read.
The duo of Aoki and Ming is currently in charge of their mom's famous Baby Phat brand, now that they're all grown up. While they previously starred in the brand's campaigns, they're now building the brand themselves.
"My mom leaves it up to us, not to say that she doesn't do anything, but I think she knows that we got it."
Kimora, Ming, and Aoki Lee Simmons at the “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” premiere at the Nokia Theater in LA | Source: Getty Images/GlobalImagesUkraine
Amid the COVID-19 scare, their business plans have been put to a stop. For now, they're trying to do their part in keeping the virus at bay, as they join millions others in practicing social distancing.
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