K Michelle's butt implant deflates on Instagram live, a look at her cosmetic surgeries that nearly killed her
K Michelle has had a tough time due to surgically enhancing her body and she nearly died at one point because of the hydrogel injections she got on the black market
K Michelle is trending on Twitter because of an embarrassing situation she experienced during an Instagram live on Tuesday night. While twerking and performing to Cardi B's 'Up', her butt implant seemed to have deflated and she was seen covering it up while trying to hold her sunken butt in place.
Michelle has never shied away from telling the world about her body modifications. In the past, she has also been brutally honest about the price she had to pay for her famous curvy butt. Years ago, she had shared that she nearly died of the lethal butt augmentation injections she received off the black market. “When I found out my favorite rapper did it, that’s when I decided, ‘I’m getting it done'" she said in 2018 in a bid to look like a "coke bottle".
K Michelle's cosmetic surgeries over the years
Michelle was never shy while talking about getting her illegal butt implants removed. "Your body cannot handle foreign objects in it," she had told People in June 2018 while admitting she wanted her body to be shaped like a Coca-Cola bottle. In the hope that changing her body would help advance her career, she had her breasts augmented and fat transferred from her stomach to her derriere.
However, she couldn't stop thinking about getting a hip augmentation and that's when she took the illegal route. “He wasn’t a doctor — it was black market, it was these ‘hydrogel’ injections — that’s what they were being called,” she told the outlet about a certain man from Atlanta who was running the illegal business.
Michelle was happy with the results of her new body. For the next five years after receiving the injections, her career took off and she was also cast on 'Love and Hip Hop'. However, the silicone started spreading down to her legs and affecting her overall health. In 2018, her doctors were still figuring out how to remove the implants but the singer was unwell to a point that she had to get two blood transfusions. “It’s the scariest thing in life, and I’m a tough girl,” she said. She then had three additional surgeries in April that year to remove dead and dying tissues. “I had these lumps and I was very disfigured," she said describing her body back then.
In January 2020, the 'Miss You, Goodbye' singer gave an update to her fans about her reconstructive surgery. She wrote on her Instagram that she was finally fixing her body and getting rid of all the hazardous effects that her cosmetic surgeries have left on it. "Me and this body have been through hell the last two years. My self-esteem was challenged and I watched people take advantage of me at my lowest point," she wrote. "I’m happy to say, i’m back! The dent on my left thigh is from the tissue being cut out of me. I head back into surgery April 3 to correct all dents, but what’s most important is I learned to love myself with holes and dents and all! God had to teach me a hard lesson on how to love myself REGARDLESS of body image. It was a tough lesson but I passed the test. I know and love ME. It feels good! Try it out #nomybodysuitisntsnappedperverts."