May 25, 2020
LL Cool J's daughter Samaria is the spitting image of her mom, Simone, and the youngster showed off her flawless features in a recent post.
Entertainment mogul, LL Cool J's third child, Samaria Leah is all grown and owning her beauty! A new Instagram post on her page showed the young adult giving fans a glimpse of her skin glow.
In the one-photo post, the fashion enthusiast looked radiant while her perfect face was the highlight! Samaria rocked a white t-shirt while her hair was slicked up in a tight bun. Probably talking about her hair, she captioned:
"Still, Bunning it."
Samaria rocked a gold wristwatch and a silver necklace while her nail polish matched with her t-shirt. Fans were head-over-heels with her flawless skin as they fawned over her.
As regards this ongoing pandemic, Samaria chose to be resourceful; she got to work and designed branded facemasks. She brought in her chic fashion sense to create denim facemasks.
The dad-of-four once made it known that he was not one to choose for his children.
The 24-year-old informed fans about it on Instagram and also sold it at affordable prices. The facemasks were sold out almost immediately as she grossed her selling prices at $25 each.
SOMETHING FOR HEALTH WORKERS
The fashion school graduate took to her Instagram account, where she informed fans that more masks would be made, only this time, for the benefits of frontline workers. Her post read: "We are shifting our focus to produce facemasks… to help support health workers."
Samaria, who specializes in denim fashion and designs, dropped her jeans line, which had unique laces attached at the rear and a little flair. Leah's prices range from $225-$250. The size ranges rack up to 38. One celebrity who fancies Samaria's summer designs is Saweetie.
It is no doubt that Samaria Leah's dad is proud of her, and the NCIS actor is also proud of his parenting style.
Being an open book when it comes to talking about parenthood, LL Cool J told Oprah: "This is the real world. They are real people… I'm not going to raise spoiled kid…"
The dad-of-four once made it known that he was not one to choose for his children. He made it known that he believed in letting them be who they want to be.