Is Joselyn Cano sex tape real? Mysterious video said to be Mexican Kim Kardashian’s last clip leaked

One fan of Joselyn Cano shared a mysterious clip and called it ‘her last sex tape’. However, there is no proof it's real

                            Is Joselyn Cano sex tape real? Mysterious video said to be Mexican Kim Kardashian’s last clip leaked
Joselyn Cano (joselyncano/Instagram)

Joselyn Cano — an influencer dubbed “Mexican Kim Kardashian” and swimwear designer — was reported dead on December 7 after a botched operation. The tragic news first surfaced on social media and left many fans devastated. Although her family has not confirmed the reports, fans claim her funeral video was uploaded on Wednesday, December 16, by Akes Family Funeral Home in Riverside, California, and is currently available on YouTube. 

Having collected over 131,200 views, the one-hour-40-minute clip is captioned: “Joselyn entered this life on Wednesday, March 14, 1990. She entered into Eternal Life on Monday, December 07, 2020.” MEAWW earlier reported that the 29-year-old sensation's sudden demise caused a lot of “heartbreak and agony to the beloved” ones. Cano's family is yet to release an official statement addressing the tragic news, but several users on Twitter have claimed that she died in Peru during a butt lift surgical procedure.


On Tuesday, December 15, fellow model Lira Mercer first broke the news and wrote, “Omg Joselyn Cano died in Colombia getting surgery, that’s wild,” adding, “She looked so good already wow prayers for her family she was so sweet.” Influencer Daniella Chevez said: “Rest in peace beautiful! A queen of [social media]. Blessings to heaven for you Joselyn Cano.” After the news broke, some social media users wondered if the news was fake, considering she was reportedly active on her OnlyFans account on December 15. Now, one fan on social media has shared a mysterious clip and calling it “her last sex tape”. 



Who was Jocelyn Cano?

Cano had reportedly traveled to Colombia for plastic surgery — a Brazilian butt lift — earlier this month. Joselyn had admitted to undergoing cosmetic surgeries to enhance various parts of her body but insisted she worked out day and night to achieve the perfect volume and tone. “Some of today's workouts! I love the last one! You can definitely feel the glutes being exercised,” she once confessed on Instagram about her fitness regime. “I squeeze my glutes as I go to help stimulate more muscle growth. I've always received so many DMs from girls asking me about my routines and my meals, so I decided to start posting more workouts and meals regularly on my @joselyncanofit page soon!” 
On the photo-sharing app, her last post dated December 7, 2020, was captioned, “Good morning 💕 wishing everyone an amazing day. Click the link in bio for my best content.” The handle boasts as many as 12.9 million followers. If her LinkedIn profile is to be believed, she studied microbiology at San Diego State University. Later, she embraced the influencer life and started a booming swim line, Joselyn Cano Swimwear.


Is the sex tape real?

“Sex tape #JoselynCano Onlyfans,” a post on Twitter read along with a link to a website. The tweet was shared by a handle named Caomi Fans aka @bulmalopez44. A quick Google search also splashes several other videos in her name on pornographic websites. There is no proof that this is her real sex tape. The model, however, did have an active Only Fans account and shared quite a lot of exclusive content with her followers. 


Followed by celebrities like Snoop Dogg, Quest Love, DJ Khaled and Killer Mike, Cano was quite active on social media. She used to share several vacation pictures on Instagram while flaunting her svelte figure. Here are some pictures posted by her that you can check out:










According to USA Today, a study found that the death rate from the procedure was around one in 3,000, but data suggests it could be as high as one in 500. The report read: “As the procedure rose in popularity, complications surfaced. Early disasters by untrained doctors were dismissed by board-certified plastic surgeons. By 2015, 13 BBL deaths had occurred in Mexico.”

It further said, “From 2011 to 2016, there were 25 BBL deaths among members of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. In 2017, a plastic surgery task force astonishingly reported that 3 percent of plastic surgeons who performed the procedure had a patient die. From 2013 to 2018, just one Florida clinic had at least eight patients die.”

MEAWW cannot independently verify the claims and does not support any opinions being made on the Internet.

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