- Currently living in Austria, a woman known as Jessy Bunny has splashed out exorbitant amounts with the aim of looking like a Barbie doll
- Bunny says her parents were conservative and didn’t even want her to play with dolls, and that's why she wanted to have surgery to become more curvy
- Having spent close to R600 000, Bunny says moving away from her parents gave her the chance to be feminine
An Austrian-based woman has decided to go for a complete makeover as far as her looks are concerned as she wanted to look like a real-life Barbie.
Jessy Bunny was born in Germany but later relocated to Austria. When she was a younger, she longed to play with dolls, put on makeup and express her feminine side – but her parents didn’t allow her to do that.
According to various media publications, she has forked out a whopping $43 000 (R595 000) in an effort to turn herself into a real-life Barbie with cosmetic surgery including liposuction, cheek and chin fillers, and lip fillers.
News.com.au reports that Bunny grew up in a conservative rural village in Germany but because she wanted to evolve and work on her looks, she opted to move to Vienna after completing school in 2019.
"I was raised in a village in Germany and always wanted to wear makeup and be and act more girly. My parents didn’t like it when I wanted to be more feminine or showed interest in makeup and styling. When I left school, I moved to a bigger city and started to become more feminine.”
Moreover, Bunny recalls how she spent $10 000 (R138 330, 60) her parents had saved for her to enlarge her breasts at the age of 18.
“I really loved how my world reacted to them and they gave me a huge confidence boost.”
It is now reported that in August last year when she was 19, Jessy underwent a second $10,000 breast enlargement to increase the size of her breasts to a whopping 1300cc K-cup.
You magazine also reported that the stunning woman has now spent close to half a million as she desperately wanted to look like a 'eal' girl. The South African publication also indicated that Bunny had parted ways with R236 000 on botox and liposuction, among other procedures.
Meanwhile, Briefly News reported that Jack Ma, the billionaire who founded Alibaba, grew up in a poor home and suffered a lot of rejection growing up. He failed his university entrance exam three times, applied to 30 jobs when he was looking for work and was rejected by all of them.
This included a job at KFC where 24 people applied and everyone but him was hired. Jack Ma also applied to Harvard a total of 10 times and was knocked back every single time.
However, this was not to last forever. Life found a way of offering the 'king of rejections' a position in this world that most people only dream of.
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