Mommy Makeovers: Blac Chyna, Queen Naija And 9 Other Famous Moms Who Confessed To Post-Baby Plastic Surgery

May 16, 2019  |  
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Blac Chyna VMA Aawards

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While visiting the Wendy Williams Show on Wednesday to open up about a number of things, including her new reality show on streaming service Zeus, Blac Chyna also happened to open up about the work she’s had done on her body. A lot of it, she shared, was done after having her second child, daughter Dream with Rob Kardashian. One of those surgeries was actually a breast reduction.

“I’ve had lipo before, I’ve had my breasts done four times,” the 31-year-old mother of two said. “I was like, ‘This is just too much.”

She also had work done on her backside, another reduction.

“I went and got something done. I got lipo because after I had Dream, it was like, out of control,” she said. “So I had some of it taken out.”

The former dancer turned IG personality and then reality star is one of a number of well-known women as of late opening up about having plastic surgery done to nip, tuck, lift and reduce some things after giving birth. Hit the flip to see a few more moms who have no problem letting the world know that they had work done post-baby.

The 2019 Billboard Music Awards Arrivals

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Queen Naija

While she recently received some side-eyes for sharing, singer Queen Naija had no qualms with opening up about having a tummy tuck and Brazilian butt lift a few months after welcoming her second child.

“I’m just really really happy,” she said. “I feel more confident with my body and being a mom with two kids and having two c-sections and all the stuff going on with myself, I’m really happy.”

“I never not embraced natural beauty,” she said to those who took issue with her surgeries. “I love myself, I love the person I am, I love my inside. I feel like I’m a beautiful person inside, and I feel like I’m beautiful on the outside as well, but everyone has insecurities. It’s up to us as people whether we want to fix those insecurities or not. Some people are able to do it and choose not to. Some people are able to do it and choose to, and that person so happens to be me.”

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