Believe it or not, cosmetic butt implants are steadily on the rise. As technology in field improves, the surgery is becoming more and more commonplace. However, while celebrities and models can afford these sometimes-costly procedures, others have had to resort to potentially dangerous black market surgery.
Even though some women have endeavored to hide their augmented artificial assets, others, including rap performance artist Nicki Minaj, have chosen to be more open about their surgery history. Rumors had swirled for years about the possible butt injections of Ms. Minaj, due to her ample buttocks. Finally, in 2011, the singer addressed the speculation head on in the Big Sean song, “Dance”: Kiss my a—and my an—cuz it’s finaly famous/And it’s finally soft, yeah it’s finally solved!/I don’t know man, guess them a—shots wore off!”
While Nicki Minaj was neither the first nor certainly the last to receive butt implants, her visibility helped further contribute an already established trend of big-bottom girls in hip-hop videos.
Many women, seeking similar physical attributes but unable to fund their surgery, sought injections on the black market, with occasionally deadly results. Last year Memphis 39 year old model Pebbelz Da Model, whose real name is Natasha Stewart, was indicted on charges of murder and wire fraud after purportedly illegally injecting a young woman in Atlanta with concrete, resulting in the victim’s death.
The quest for the biggest booty has encouraged video model and reality star Nya Lee, who is featured on VH1’s “Love & Hip Hop,” to obtain butt implant surgery. Leaving no opportunity unturned (or turned down), Ms. Lee has opted to document the step-by-step procedure, to showcase the surgery as when performed by an actual professional. Lee has also filmed herself getting liposuction.
“Get your liposuction get your but lift get anything that you think on your body is…you know not so perfect, and you want to change…change whatever little flaw that you may think you have…I want you guys to see I’m totally comfortable with everyone knowing that I definitely went through plastic surgery,” Nya Lee says in one of the videos.
While Nya Lee is able to receive her procedure correctly and legally, there are growing numbers of women who are getting dangerous injections on the black market.
Even though plastic surgery should remain available for everybody without a person feeling embarrassed or ashamed about receiving consultation and treatment, it is absolutely crucial board-certified professionals perform your surgeries and treatments. No ifs, ands, or butts about it…
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