K. Michelle is getting pretty honest about her cosmetic surgery and the potential of getting sick with silicone in your body and also taking the vaccine.
She went live on Facebook addressing her fans directly about how sick women actually are because of the silicone in their bodies.
K.Michelle does not cite her sources around taking the vaccines and plastic surgery, but she does share that she has had 16 surgeries and 4 blood transfusions and with that, the public should not expect that she will look like herself.
According to the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery:
Dermal fillers, like any foreign object in your body, may react when your immune system is triggered
This normal elevated immune response does not solely affect viruses and bacteria.
Any other “foreign” object in your body, such as a pacemaker, breast implants, artificial joints, and dermal fillers, may also be subject to the inflammatory immune response as your body goes on high alert.
While this kind of reaction is fairly normal, it’s still a good idea to talk to your cosmetic surgeon about your dermal fillers and any other medical implants you have before being vaccinated for COVID-19.
Your physician may suggest different ways of preventing or treating the inflammation, depending on your specific case and medical history.
According to hotnewhiphop:
Over the years, the singer has been vocal about her cosmetic surgery journey as she has undergone treatments to take out certain enhancements she injected into her body.
These augmentations have reportedly caused near-fatal moments for K. Michelle and have misshapen certain parts of her body, and now she claims that the COVID vaccine does not pair well with silicone.
“Silicone and the vaccine don’t mix well together,” she said in a video. “It makes you extremely sick. So, I have to make a decision about fighting a sickness when I’m just getting healthy again and the chances of what the vaccine might do to me.
‘Cause you’ll never fully get silicone out of your body. This is something you’re stuck with for the rest of your life, which is why I try to talk to women and let them know that the girls you see are sick. It’s not hat you think it is.”
“But, yeah. Sixteen surgeries later, four blood transfusions later.”
Watch K. Michelle warn others about cosmetic surgery below.
Hoping K. Michelle can bounce back fully from being sick due to past mistakes.