LL Cool J's Daughter Samaria Shows off Toned Body in Skimpy Bikini Top & Denim Shorts in a Photo
LL Cool J's Daughter, Samaria Leah, has a beautiful body, and she is not afraid to show it off. She displayed her stunning figure in recent pictures as she pumped gas into her SUV.
In a recent photo she posted of herself wearing a barely-there bikini top and denim shorts with black high tops, the 25-year-old showed off her goddess-like body.
Samaria revealed in her caption, along with the protective gloves she wore, that she was taking precautions to protect herself from the novel coronavirus ravaging communities now.
The fashionista, Samaria Leah, has been making face masks to help raise funds for medical workers.
The photo was hot and sultry, and some of her 255,000 followers wasted no time in letting her know that. One fan compared her to the sun while others populated the comment section with the fire and heart eyes emoji.
Asides posting smoldering pictures and warning her followers to stay safe, Samaria has been walking the talk. A graduate of fashion design and fashion management, she is using her love for sewing and styling to make a difference.
According to Bet, Leah gained her associate degree in 2017 at the age of 21. Her graduation ceremony was indeed a proud moment for the family as her father was also conferred with the President's Award for Creative Excellence.
A Hello Beautiful news article shares that the fashionista, Samaria Leah, has been making face masks to help raise funds for medical workers.
Leah had launched her denim line last summer, which focuses on adding flair to denim with lace at the rear. Sticking to her already existing branding, she decided to make the masks using denim and lace.
According to the Hello Beautiful article, she announced her plans to make the face masks when the government started enforcing state lockdowns and encouraging social distancing.
Leah had taken to her business' Instagram page to inform her customers that the face masks were "100% cotton denim, double lined, durable, breathable, washable & 100% made with love!"
Hello Beautiful also reports that the masks sold out pretty quickly at the retailed price of $25 and the added advantage of 15 percent off.
Samaria's charitable traits might stem out from a 2004 experience. Cheat Sheet reports that in 2004, her mother, Simone Smith, was diagnosed with stage III chondrosarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer.
Consequently, she underwent an invasive surgery. Simone, in an interview with Oprah Winfrey, she said that her sickness helped strengthen their family bond. According to HuffPost, Samaria has three siblings. They are Najee, Italia, and Nina.