Cardi B Warns Fans Against Butt Injections After Having 95% Removed

Cardi B has a very important public service announcement for any of her fans who are thinking about getting buttocks surgery.

In a recent Instagram Live video, the rapper was honest about her decision to get rid of most of her buttocks injections, and she warned her fans that the procedure can be dangerous.

People reported that the 30-year-old said in the video, “I had surgery in August, and 95% of my biopolymers were removed.” If you don’t know what I’m talking about, it’s a— shots.”

In 2018, the rapper talked to GQ about the procedure and said that silicone was illegally injected into her buttocks in a New York City basement apartment for $800. She also said that the woman who did the procedure went to jail because one of her clients “died on her table.”

Cardi B Admits To Removing Butt Injections: Video – Hollywood Life

Cardi B told her fans to think twice before going through with the procedure in an Instagram Live video that can no longer be seen.

“All I’m going to say is that if you’re young, like 19, 20, or 21, and sometimes you’re too skinny and you’re like, “OMG, I don’t have enough fat to put in my a—,” so you take a— shots, don’t!” She Spoke.

The procedure has become more popular over the years. According to the Cleveland Clinic, it “increases the size and shape of your butt” and is often called a Brazilian Butt Lift (BBL).

The safest way to do a BBL is to inject fat from another part of the body into the buttocks, not silicone or something else. Dr. Josef Hadeed, a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons and a board-certified plastic surgeon in Beverly Hills, California, tells Today.com

Cardi B said that the process of having her teeth pulled out was “really crazy.” Hadeed says this about what it might have involved: “Ultrasonic liposuction can sometimes get rid of it, depending on how bad it is and how much needs to be taken off.” But in moderate to severe cases, tissue may need to be removed from the bottom by excising or cutting it out.

The rapper then told her fans that they should look into everything that goes into a BBL before making any hasty decisions.

She said, “When it comes to BBLs, if you want my advice, make sure your blood levels are good before you get your BBL done.” “Don’t do it if your doctor tells you that your blood levels are too low or that you have diabetes or whatever.”

Hadeed says that good doctors will always check a patient’s blood levels, electrolytes, and blood sugars before an elective surgery because doing the surgery “isn’t advisable” if their levels are too low.

Cardi B also talked about why she wanted to share her story. She said, “A lot of people thought that once I gave birth to Son Wave, I was done with my body.”

In September 2021, the 30-year-old woman and her rapper husband welcomed their second child,

What To Know About BBL Surgery

Hadeed says that the most important thing to know about a BBL is that you should take the time to do research and even talk to more than one surgeon. The goal should be to find someone who has done the procedure before, makes you feel comfortable, is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery (because of its safety standards), and is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgery, he says.

Hadeed says that these kinds of surgeons will only do BBLs with fat transfer. He says that the risks of a BBL with silicone or another substance include “a very intense inflammatory reaction,” granulomas (hard knots under the skin), infection, dead skin tissue, and death if the silicone is injected into a blood vessel.

Hadeed says that BBl has one of the “highest death rates” compared to other types of plastic surgery. But he makes it clear:

“That statistic might be off because a lot of the deaths that have happened with BBLs have happened in what are called “plastic surgery factories,” where they often care more about how much work they can do than how well it is done.” “A lot of the time, these places hire doctors who have not been trained in plastic surgery.”

He says that you shouldn’t choose plastic surgery based on what will cost the least. Instead, you should do research first.

“You do get what you pay for,” as the old saying goes. “When people try to find cheap plastic surgery, a lot of problems can happen,” Hadeed points out. “Choosing to have elective surgery is a very serious choice that no one has to make, and price shouldn’t be the main factor because your health and livelihood are at stake.”

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