People can’t help but to be mesmerized by Yandy Smith-Harris‘ beautiful appearance.
In an Instagram post shared to the “Love and Hip Hop: New York” star’s page on Tuesday, June 23, she spoke about the importance of voting in the upcoming presidential election. She also posted a gorgeous snapshot of herself.
“Voting like…BYYYYYE time for a new regime Ran by the people,” Smith-Harris wrote. “This ain’t no democracy 🤷🏾♀️ we living under a dictatorship and I’m tired of it. Smirk= something’s up my sleeve.”
Yandy Smith-Harris urges fans to vote. @yahdysmith/Instagram
A handful of social media users agreed with Smith-Harris’ political message. One person commented, “We need to unite and stand for the cause! #voteasap” Someone else followed up with, “Vote it will make a difference..Black lives Matters ..we MATTERS..Pleaw go vote our voices must be heard.”
The 38-year-old mother replied to the latter remark with “yup. I voted✊🏾.”
Other Instagram users were fixated on Smith-Harris’ beauty shot.
She wore a tight-fitting silk dress with gold and silver accessories to complement her ensemble. Her makeup looked flawless and she wore her hair in tight curls and braids.
One person was enamored by her beauty and wrote, “We see you gorgeous 😍 Loveee this hairstyle 😍 and dress you wearing. So pretty.” Another user expressed how “fabulous” and “pretty” Smith-Harris looked.
The “LHHNY” star never seems to disappoint with her beauty and fashion looks.
Yandy Smith (L), Skylar Harris (C), and Infinity Gilyard (R). @yandysmith/Instagram
She even celebrated Juneteenth in style with her 5-year-old daughter Skylar Harris and her foster daughter Infinity Gilyard, 18. Smith-Harris posted a photo on June 19 that showed the trio dressed in dashikis and African print garments.
She also penned a message recognizing her daughters and wrote, “I want my girls to be as colorful as their personalities, as bold as their presence, as loud as their most passionate voice and as beautiful, resilient, regal and sunkissed as their brown skin. Never to be silenced, opresssed, sat at the other table or value diminished again. Happy Juneteenth baby girls.”