- A Brazilian transgender woman has gone viral for injecting her buttocks with several litres of filler to have a derriere like Jennifer Lopez
- Identified as Rodrigo Alves, she revealed she feels more confident in her new body than she did as a man
- The procedure, a Bioplasty buttock augmentation, involved having nine litres of filler injected into her buttocks and cost £30,000
Famous singer and actress, Jennifer Lopez, definitely has some die-hard fans in her corner, so much so, that one recently spent a small fortune on cosmetic surgery just to have a derriere like hers.
Identified as Rodrigo Alves, the Brazilian lady who transitioned from a man to a woman, recently underwent an expensive cosmetic surgery to have J-Lo's type of derriere and also 'Kim Kardashian' hips.
Speaking with MailOnline, she confirmed that the procedure, a Bioplasty buttock augmentation, involved having nine litres of filler injected into her bottom and cost £30,000.
Briefly.co.za learned that the 36-year-old said she doesn't care that she still has a 'male voice' and 'male genitals' for the time being as she feels 'sexy for the first time in her life' with her new curves.
She said: "As a man I never felt sexy at all and I had very low confidence but now as a woman I feel fierce and sexy and it is such an overwhelming feeling. My life has changed a lot. I am not the same person from last year. My mind, body and soul is 100 per cent female."
Rodrigo explained that due to the coronavirus pandemic, her voice feminisation surgery and sex reassignment surgery have been delayed.
She said: "Due to Covid my voice feminisation surgery and my SRS has been postponed. But now after achieving my female body here in Brazil I am feeling so happy that doesn’t really bother me too much that I still have a male voice and male genitals."
Plastic surgeries used to seem like something so far away and something only people in Hollywood would do.
Many people, especially ladies have undergone cosmetic surgeries and they are not afraid to admit it.
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