Cardi B Suggests Women Get A Brazilian Butt Lift Before Getting Veneers
Cardi B has ignited a plastic surgery debate! In a now viral tweet, a social media user shared her thoughts about plastic surgery when she wrote, “Teeth before BBL.” It didn’t take long before Cardi B caught wind of the message and had an opinion of her own. The “Up” rapper says that women should get BBLs (Brazilian Butt Lift) before fixing their grills. Cardi wrote,
“Nope I think BBL before teeth ….Nikkas trick on a girl with a body and a gap before they do wit a b*** wit a nice smile.”
She went on to break down the estimated cost of said procedures,
“Your BBL is your investment for your teeth. PLUS …BBL 6,000-15,000$ ..GOOD VENEERS 20,000-50,000”
Within minutes, her tweet garnered attention. A social media user responded to the rapper, sarcastically saying,
“So BBLs ARRRE for men. Got it.”
Cardi B quickly responded , asking fans to not turn her comment into a “feminine vs misogynist debate“.
“Ugh please don’t f*ck up the tweet wit the feminine vs misogynist debates cause this is twitter but IN REAL LIFE that’s how b*tches do the math when they debating bout surgical procedures.”
The New York rapper later revealed that she was receiving negative comments and felt people were turning her message into something totally different.
“The natural body committee are jumping me in the comments even tho the tweet was about BBL OR TEETH not NATURAL BODIES OR BBLs.”
Cardi B has never been shy when it came to discussing her plastic surgery history. Although people may have different opinions about her cosmetic work, the rapper has always expressed that the enhancements make her feel more confident.
In a previous interview, Cardi B revealed that she got her breast done at the age of 18 and also got her butt done at the age of 20; mainly due to her career as a stripper.
“When I was 18 and became a dancer, I had enough money to afford to buy boobs, so every insecurity that I felt about my breasts was gone…When I was 20, I went to the urban strip club, and in the urban strip clubs, you had to have a big butt. So I felt insecure about that. It took me back to high school. So I got my ass done.”
With plastic surgery being a controversial topic, naturally, her Tweets garnered mixed reactions. While some fans agreed with the rapper, and simply debated about which surgery was more important, others felt Cardi B’s message implied that men will only look at you if you have a certain body type or if you’ve had plastic surgery. See the various reactions below:
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