Hip-Hop Being Blame for Rise in Butt Injection Deaths

Baby Got back

If anything goes wrong in our society, just blame hip-hop.

Today Hip-Hop is being blame for the rise in women dying because of illegal but injections.

Women across the U.S. are risking their lives for black market procedures to make their buttocks bigger, often involving home-improvement materials such as silicone injected by people with no medical training.

Deaths from black market buttocks injections have been reported in Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Pennsylvania, Nevada and New York.

Very big buttocks have been popular in hip-hop videos for years, celebrated by songs like the 1990s hit “Baby Got Back” by Sir Mix-a-Lot, with lyrics declaring, “I like big butts and I cannot lie.”

Doctors won’t perform buttocks injections, but they do offer lifts and buttocks implants. Doctors performed more than 3,700 of those legal procedures last year, generating more than $17 million, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.

The average fee for a legal buttocks implant is $4,670, according the organization.

All Sir Mix-a-Lot’s fault. I never understood the fascination with big bootys especially if the female’s face looks like Patrick Ewing (happy birthday to Ewing by the way).  Doesn’t matter what your booty looks like if you are ugly and if you are pretty you shouldn’t be overly concerned with a big booty, just be happy that you are pretty.

Be safe ladies and if push comes to shove get $5k together for a professional surgery.

One thought on “Hip-Hop Being Blame for Rise in Butt Injection Deaths

  • It’s fascinating to go back and watch the Baby Got Back video and see that the models in the video have flat butts, especially compared to hip hop vixens now.

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