There’s a new online report that claims Nicki Minaj is suffering from numerous “health issues” connected to the silicone butt injections she received many years ago.
According to the report, Nicki Minaj’s recent weight gain is not by accident. Word is that Nicki is having health issues due to bad silicone that was injected into her butt.
Doctors have urged her to have the silicone removed, before her health worsens. But the report claims that Nicki believes her butt is a crucial part of her image.
So they are trying something new. The report claims that Nicki’s team and her doctors came up with a plan. Nicki was asked to gain enough weight, so that they can do fat transfer surgery at the same time they remove the silicone from her butt.
Since the silicone will be removed and replaced with her own natural fat, her butt will still be the same big thing that it always was – and fans may never know the difference.
At the same time, the surgery would remove the “bad” silicone from Nicki’s butt.
According to Life & Style Magazine, “Through the years, the rapper has been accused of undergoing plastic surgery for her nose and butt. But before the rumors of her getting butt implants started swirling, the 34-year-old (real name: Onika Tanya Maraj) was just an unknown female rapper from NYC trying to make a name for herself.”
Nicki denies any plastic surgery and blames it all on the magic of makeup! Nicki revealed in an interview with Extra to never having plastic surgery done … on her face. “When people see my makeup, they think all types of crazy things,” she told Extra. “No, it’s makeup. They’ll see contouring and think you had surgery on your nose. I’ve never had surgery on my face.”
However, Jennifer Leebow, ARNP — LABB Aesthetic Beauty Bar’s National Education Director and Master Injector — exclusively told Life & Style, “It is certain that Nicki Minaj has had rhinoplasty surgery, possibly more than one from the looks of her thin narrow bridge. She could, however, use some hyaluronic fillers to build up her narrow bridge, to create a more natural appearance, which is done to treat rhinoplasties where too much cartilage and tissue have been removed.” (MTONews)