Kayla Simmons shares cheeky pic of her 'boys' as sexiest volleyball star celebrates stunning Instagram milestone | The Sun

KAYLA SIMMONS shared a snap of her "boys" as she celebrated hitting a significant Instagram milestone.

The former college volleyball player has shot to prominence on social media in recent months.

Kayla, who played at Marshall University, swiftly amassed hundreds of thousands of Insta followers with her snaps.

Yesterday she celebrated hitting one million followers on the platform.

She gleefully wrote: "Let's gooooo".

Kayla then affectionately shared a snap of her two cats.


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The influencer labelled them "my boys".

She then shared a snap of one of her cats chilling out with a dog.

Kayla yesterday shared a snap as she headed to LAX Airport.

The ex-college athlete has been on plenty of exotic trips this year.

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Kayla celebrated reaching one million followersCredit: INSTAGRAM / @kaylasimmmons
The influencer chilled out with her 'boys'Credit: INSTAGRAM / @kaylasimmmons

She began by crossing Hawaii off her bucket list.

After doing so, she headed on a tour of Europe.

Still not content with her travels, she headed to Asia to visit Japan.

While at Marshall University, Kayla claims to have been told to delete her Instagram account.

She told the New York Post in 2019: "College athletics was a great experience for me, but it also taught me some valuable lessons.

"I was told by my school administrators that the pictures I post are inappropriate because of my body, I was even asked to delete my Instagram at one point.

"I was torn because I felt I couldn’t embrace my body and play the sport I love. I’ve since learned that you can’t let other people affect how you feel about yourself."

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