No If, Ands, Or BUTTs About It: Truth About Butt Injections

Turn on the radio. If you’re listening to a station that’s geared at our generation chances are the song that’s being played just told us females to bend over, wobble it, shake that a**, split it open, etc. I know that was a blunt way to start this post but let’s be real, most of the music out there is about T&A (Tits and A**). Now don’t get em wrong. I think females, especially black and Hispanic females, naturally have some of the most beautiful and tempting bodies out here. But what if you weren’t born with that cola bottle shape that’s pinned as sexy. Well, it’s 2013 and there is a way to get just about everything you want.

A rising trend recently has been to get butt injections. This is a procedure that, as named, injects substances in the clients butts to make it larger and rounder. The problem with this is that butt injections are not FDA approved. This means that national Food and Drug Administration of the U.S. has not approved a substance that is safe for this procedure. This has caused a large black market for the butt injections. People all over the country are going to unlicensed professionals to get their buttocks enhanced. Unfortunately all types of substances are being used. One Florida women is serving a year in prison for injecting tire glue, caulk and cement into her clients. All over the US clients are having health complications and are even dying from the procedure.

I’m not here to tell you what is right or wrong for you personally. Hopefully you know by now that I’m all about loving what you have. If after loving what you have you decide you want butt injections I will say this, go to a medical institution to get it done. Know what they are putting inside of you, look at the license of the person performing the procedure, research the facility and its reviews. This could seriously effect your life and future. Also there are safer ways to have a more desirable butt, such as just transferring your own fat from other parts of your body to your buttocks area. Still with this, remember with all medical procedures there are risk attached, exercising could be a great way to avoid that risk. Look up workouts such as squats that are geared toward that area. It less risky and free. ¬†Below I’ve posted a video of artist Nya Lee talking about her butt injections.

I do not own the rights to this video.

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