Former Volleyball Player Kayla Simmons Dances in Bikini in Viral Video

…Researched and contributed by Joseph Benjamin.

Kayla Simmons, a former volleyball player at Marshall University, recently posted a video on Instagram in which she dances in her room while wearing a leopard print bikini.

The 'world's sexiest volleyball player' put on a show for her fans as she jiggled her cleavage while dancing in a bikini in a video
The ‘world’s sexiest volleyball player’ put on a show for her fans as she jiggled her cleavage while dancing in a bikini in a video

The 27-year-old has become a social media influencer since her volleyball days, with a burgeoning brand and close to a million followers on Instagram.

The video has received over 43,000 likes and many comments praising Simmons’ dancing skills and great body.

However, she was also met with the question, “Are they real?” about her breasts, which she has denied having silicone implants.

The 'world's sexiest volleyball player' put on a show for her fans as she jiggled her cleavage while dancing in a bikini in a video
The ‘world’s sexiest volleyball player’ put on a show for her fans as she jiggled her cleavage while dancing in a bikini in a video

Simmons has previously expressed that she wished to have smaller breasts while growing up as they made it harder for her to play volleyball.

She has, nevertheless, capitalized on her looks and social media following, operating her own OnlyFans page where fans can subscribe for free.

The Florida native, who grew up on a farm, has broadened her social media influence and loves diving with sharks in her free time, as she has always been obsessed with sharks and ocean conservation.

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Simmons’ video and social media presence have received mixed reactions, with some praising her beauty and talent, and others objectifying her and questioning her authenticity.

While it is important to celebrate women’s bodies and talents, it is also crucial to respect their boundaries and autonomy.

In a world where social media often amplifies unrealistic beauty standards and harmful objectification, we should be mindful of the messages we send and the impact they have on others.

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