performed a very unsuccessful liposuction which would eventually require corrective surgery. She said she was later pressured into a different surgery that left her bottom feeling hard and lumpy. During her last surgery, she assumed the Dr. Sayah removed the biopolymer material but after more discomfort, she learned through an MRI that there was a “large amount of biopolymer silicone and dead scar tissue remaining.”
As a result of her 3 surgeries, she will have to do more corrective procedures to finally fix her body.
Also called buttock or gluteal augmentation, the kind of butt implant surgery Pepa had is one of the procedures that has grown increasingly popular in recent years.
Despite the high success rate of this kind of surgery, butt implants still pose risks. Some of the most common side effects include:
- excessive bleeding after surgery
- skin discoloration
- fluid or blood accumulation underneath the buttocks
- allergic reactions
- skin loss
- nausea and vomiting from anesthesia
It’s also possible for the silicone implants to move or slip out of place. This can leave you with an uneven appearance in the buttocks and requires surgery to fix it.
Singer K. Michelle had her injections removed after a botched surgery as well. As we follow Pepa’s story, we are first and foremost praying for Pepa’s full and complete recovery of her health.