Every day, all around the world in hotels, back alleys and any other dark secret locations, women are partaking in illegal butt injections while forking out $500 to $15,000. Injections that many do not know the chemical liquid that are being pumped into their bodies. But that does not stop the procedure!
Today’s society is focused on outer beauty and what was once a major deal.. plastic surgeries, tummy tucks, face lifts, etc…. are now just the norm. Adding to the “must have perfect body” syndrome are butt shots. It’s not a surprise! The entertainment industry is a “must look great” culture and he who has it… wins. Those looking on, the public, the kids, the wannabe’s.. just see what they don’t have and what they want to add or change on their body. The mindset is that once they get a procedure, they will: feel better about ourselves, attract more of the opposite sex, receive more modeling jobs.. and the list goes on. I too am contemplating some type of procedure! Not quite sure what. As I am older, it is so hard to maintain the physique I once had. My stomach is NOT FLAT, my perfect boobies are now at a different mapquest area on my body, my face has changed drastically, my underarms are beginning to swing. OMG…yep, I will be getting something. However, before I take the get quick procedure, I have made up my mind to give 150% to exercise, healthy eating, lifting weights and any other activity I can think of. I have been told that if I exercise consistently, I will have the body I want..again! I watch “The Biggest Loser” and have to believe that it is true but until I get up and make it happen… I am leaning more and more to the get quick solutions. However, the butt injections ARE NOT AN OPTION for me. I figure my bottom is big enough. I just need to do squats (at least in my mind, lol). However, many are taking the shots. The injections have been found to be tire inflation solutions and some other unknown chemicals that have been sealed with super glue. That’s correct, I said super glue. Some procedures have turned out great while others have caused death. And, many have been arrested for providing the procedure. Now for the record, I am NOT A HATER! I LOVE GORGEOUS FEMALE BODIES however the body was achieve! I am just seeking options for myself and through my research am learning some fascinating things that I thought you may want to be aware of. In fact, I like the before and after looks of cast member Brooke Bailey from “Basketball Wives LA” pictured on the right—>
Brooke is a Video Vixen and gorgeous model that has graced numerous men magazines. It is her job to look beyond great. In fact, while her before look appears to be a slender, lean model; in the modeling and fashion world, the look is too commercial, too dark, too something! I know, I use to model and no matter how thin I was, there was ALWAYS something I needed to change. HOWEVER, due to the hip hop movement, big butts are in and the demand for the after Brooke look is high. However.. until I have heard from the horses mouth, or in this case.. the beauties mouth, I can not say that she has had buttock injections. Of course, we visually see the difference but the how is only speculation at least to m. AND…remember, even when you get ANY procedure, you still have to keep it up through proper eating and exercise.
KNOWN FOR A FACT is “Miss To Big For The Underground Now On Top Of The World” Nicki Minaj. Nick’s barbie doll created body has placed her amongst the WHO’S WHO sought after talents. In fact, she now has her own barbie doll collection.
But all are not so lucky. Some have horrible after effects. Some have lost limbs. Some have died. Take a look at the following pictures and watch the 6 videos. WHAT DO YOU THINK?
Teased by her family and friends about her flat “pancake” booty, Apryl Michelle Brown had always been insecure about her backside. Once she got enough money, she told herself, she’d buy herself a better one. “I didn’t know if I wanted to look like Janet Jackson or J. Lo,” the Los Angeles cosmetologist, 46, says in an exclusive interview featured in the November issue of ESSENCE magazine. “I just wanted a new, bigger booty.” Tragically, her quest for curves cost her all her limbs and almost her life.
Now days, its the norm. Big butts are the “In” thing!