Cardi B informed her fans on June 29 that she is getting ready to have plastic surgery in order to achieve the figure that she envisions for herself. The rapper known as "Bodack Yellow" took to her Instagram Story to vent her frustrations with her post-baby physique, which, according to her, is not "giving" her what she "needs."
She is 29 years old. She said this while pointing to her midsection, which was visible because she was wearing a white cropped t-shirt. "This stomach is offering tummy tuck," she remarked. She went on to say, "Like, it's not horrible, but I just don't like this extra little skin." "Like, it's not bad."
She then placed the responsibility for her physique not being in tip-top shape on her 9-month-old son Wave, whom she has with her husband Offset
Cardi B, who also has a 3-year-old daughter with offset whose name is Kulture Kiari Cephus, has revealed that she will be able to get her belly tuck surgery as soon as her newest single is released. On Friday, July 1, the rap artist will release a tune that also features Kanye West and Lil Durk.
Cardi B is known for being forthright and honest, and she has never attempted to deny that she approves of the practice of plastic surgery. She underwent breast implants and liposuction in the past, and in 2018, she stood up for herself against a hater who dubbed her "lazy" for getting work done despite the fact that she had the procedures done.
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