Let K. Michelle Be a Lesson To You: CHILL WITH THE BUTT IMPLANTS

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In a recent interview with B. Scott, K. Michelle revealed that she really wants to remove her butt implants. And I for one, am GLAD.

You see, I’ve never really been a fan of butt implants. (Boob implants either, but they always seem to look less cartoonish than fake butts.) It’s the fake butts that really get under my skin for some reason.

I’m gonna be honest and the say that the overarching reason I hate butt implants is –they look stupid. My second reason is a bit more heartfelt–I really hate the fact that so many women are unhappy with their bodies.

Now let me be clear: I don’t think you’ll find any human being on earth that thinks they’re 100% physically flawless-including myself. However, even with the physical features that I DO hate–(my nose), I’m not sure I’d actually go under the knife to make that change. But then again, there are some people who have noses that bring them a great deal of embarrassment and pain, so in those instances, isn’t plastic surgery completely justified?

…I’m still not sure.

Maybe plastic surgery is just a really expensive band-aid for a wound that nobody can even see. According to the DailyMail, people who undergo cosmetic surgery are more likely to commit suicide, and engage in other reckless behaviors.

New research shows that behind the ‘easy glamour’ of nip’n’tuck lies a silent epidemic of ­disappointment, leading to a wave of suicides.

Women who undergo plastic ­surgery have a much higher risk of killing ­themselves, say experts in the journal, Current Psychiatry Reports.

Their conclusions were based on five large-scale, independent ­studies, which found that the suicide rate is up to three times higher in women who have had breast implants.

 

The toll is not only restricted to ­suicides — cosmetic surgery patients had a three-times higher rate of death due to self-destructive acts, such as binge-drinking, drug ­overdoses and reckless driving.

Psychological damage related to plastic surgery is ‘a critically neglected area’, said ­researchers from the International ­Epidemiology Institute in the U.S..

DEADLY TOLL

Women who get cosmetic breast implants are three times as likely to commit suicide as other women

Meanwhile, another study found that in eight out of ten cosmetic ­surgery practices, former patients had ­developed ­post-traumatic stress.

That’s really scary. And honestly, I’m starting to think that’s what’s happening with K. Michelle. Maybe the butt implants are her way of covering up something that has been plaguing her for a very long time. And maybe, just maybe, after coming into her own, and doing a little growing up, she realized that she didn’t leave her problems on the operating table, after all.
“I just wanted it. I wanted that shape. That’s the shape that I wanted. I wanted to look like that. I think the older you get you get tired of having to hop into your jeans!”-K Michelle
But now, the controversial singer says she just wants her old shape back.
“For me, I want my normal shape back. For me, and my career right now, and me doing business. Like really being on the frontline in business I don’t need to have a man looking down at my ass when I’m trying to talk numbers,” the singer told B. Scott.
So it makes me wonder, how many of these other women are going to “want their normal shape back” some time in the near future?
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I mean, women are DYING over this stuff. It’s mind blowing, really. How far are we willing to go to attain a certain standard of “beauty?” Is there a limit? For some people, the answer is “no”.
We may not have all of the answers, but one thing IS for sure-K. Michelle has had enough. And I think the lesson to be learned here is simple: Don’t get plastic surgery because you think it will make you happy. That’s something you have to work at on your own. No plastic surgeon can retouch any body part enough to fill whatever void exists inside of you. As long as you know that, it’s your body, do what you want. (Although I’d HIGHLY discourage it. Seek counseling first!) Kudos to K. Michelle for being brave enough to speak out about this, though. I think it’s a bold move.
For more of K. Michelle’s interview with B. Scott, click below!

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