A number of celebrities have gone under the knife over the years. While many are keen not to talk about it publicly, there are some celebs who think there is nothing wrong in letting the cat out. Courtesy of MSN News, we bring you some African Americans who have done cosmetic surgery.
The supermodel opened up about getting a nose job early in her career in her 2018 memoir “Perfect is Boring,” which she co-wrote with her mother Carolyn London. Speaking to People magazine about the incident, she said, “I had bones in my nose that were growing and itching. I could breathe fine, but I added cosmetic surgery. I admit it! Fake hair, and I did my nose. I feel I have a responsibility to tell the truth.”
In 2018, the African-American rapper revealed that he underwent a liposuction procedure in 2016 following which he became addicted to opioids. “I was addicted to opioids. I had plastic surgery because I was trying to look good for y’all. I got liposuction because I didn’t want y’all to call me fat like y’all called Rob [Kardashian] at the wedding and made him fly home before me and Kim got married,” he said in an interview with TMZ.
In 2018, the rapper admitted that she spent $800 on butt injections at the age of 21. “It was the craziest pain ever. I felt like I was gonna pass out. I felt a little dizzy. And it leaks for, like, five days,” she told GQ.
The former Destiny’s Child singer confessed about her surgery in an interview to Shape magazine in 2013: “I wanted to get breast implants when I was 18, but my mom and Beyoncé’s mom told me to really think about it first. I took their advice and waited 10 years … Once I felt ready, I tried on padded bras and walked around in them to see how it would feel. You have to know what you’re getting, no matter what type of surgery it is.”
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