Mzansi women splash up to a R100k to get a bigger booty

Mzansi women splash up to a R100k to get a bigger booty

Many women only dream of having a body like Kim Kardashian and Jennifer Lopez and with plastic surgery it is possible.

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A lot of South African women are opting for plastic surgery to give them the curves they were not born with.

Ladies, like musician Mshoza, undergo a butt implant surgery to give them a booty similar to Kim K's.

However, according to a report by the Daily Sun, these procedures cost an arm and a leg. learned Mzansi's women pay anywhere between R75 000 and R100k to get the fuller derrière.

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The procedure entails taking fat from another part of the body and transferring it to the buttocks to get the fuller look.

According to the report, the recovery time for the operation can be as short as just a week. However, aside from the insane amount of money the procedure costs, patients have to undergo screening beforehand.

During the screening process, the candidate's psychological and physical state is tested. The next step is testing to see if the person has enough fat to undergo the surgery.

Although it is a cosmetic procedure, the operation does not go without risks. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, one in 3000 Brazilian Butt Lift patients die.

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