Socialite Blac Chyna dropped a bombshell about her ex-boyfriend and baby daddy Rob Kardashian. In court documents filed by Chyna, whose real name is Angela Renée White, she claimed the portly reality TV star dropped $100,000 on weight loss surgery, but he publicly said he lost the weight due to exercise and diet.
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Tamar Braxton returned to New York City where she was recently hospitalized after suffering a severe reaction to the steroid Prednisone. The 40-year-old mother of one looked great after getting braided hair extensions. Her husband, music exec Vincent Herbert was spotted after getting a pedicure with a sling on his broken arm near the couple’s mansion in Calabasas, Calif.
Usher accuser Quantasia Sharpton is serious about losing 200 pounds to silence her haters on social media. The 21-year-old single mom was spotted visiting world famous weight loss surgeon Michael Feiz for a consultation on getting Gastric Bypass surgery.
Quantasia Sharpton, the Brooklyn woman who accused singer Usher Raymond of exposing her to the herpes virus, will undergo a Gastric Sleeve operation to lose weight.
Television producer Shonda Rhimes says people found her more “valuable” after she lost weight. The 47-year-old screenwriter also apparently bleached her skin light to make herself more appealing.
It’s been exactly one year since Empire star Gabourey Sidibe underwent laparoscopic bariatric surgery to essentially cut her stomach in half. Sidibe documents her weight loss journey in her new book, This Is Just My Face: Try Not To Stare.
Mama June Shannon heard your criticisms about her daughters being overweight like she once was. The 37-year-old reality TV star once tipped the scales at a whopping 460 pounds. But she shed the excess weight after paying $75,000 on weight loss surgery.
By now you’ve heard that reality TV star Honey Boo Boo‘s mom, Mama June Shannon, lost 300 pounds following weight loss surgery.
For years the 37-year-old mother-of-4 struggled with obesity. Her obese weight became part of the storyline on her daughter’s reality TV show, Here Comes Honey Boo Boo.
Gabourey Sidibe isn’t following in the footsteps of other calorically challenged actresses and singers who lied about their weight loss journey.
The 33-year-old Empire star admits she had weight loss surgery to help her lose over 150 pounds.
Magic Johnson‘s homosexual son EJ Johnson, 22, is an inspiration to former NFL football player Nick Hardwick, 33. Johnson recently dropped 100 pounds after ongoing a lap band procedure last year. Hardwick, a former Chargers center, lost 85 pounds in 4 months. He said he understands what Johnson is going through.
Studio singer and reality TV personality K. Michelle is not about that life.
She tried getting butt injections to elevate her poor self-esteem, but that didn’t work out. Besides the discomfort of carrying a loaded diaper around, K. Michelle discovered that it was difficult wiping herself without twisting her body into unnatural positions.
Magic Johnson‘s son, EJ, looks a like a new man after dropping more than 200 pounds. Not only did EJ lose weight but he also lost his feminine side.
Singer Alicia Keys and her musician husband Swizz Beatz were seen arriving and leaving together from the Annual Angel Ball 2014 charity event at Cipriani Wall Street in NYC. Alicia shows off her baby bump as Swizz Beatz, holds high a Haute Living magazine with Alicia Keys on the front cover.
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Magic Johnson‘s son “EJ” Johnson lost 50 pounds after undergoing stomach stapling surgery five weeks ago to make his stomach smaller.
Johnson opened up to People magazine about his sleeve gastrectomy surgery and dramatic 50 pound weight loss.
I don’t believe this story, but the NY Post is running the article as if it’s legit.
A morbidly obese toddler supposedly underwent gastric bypass surgery to lose weight. He is supposedly the youngest person in the world to undergo bariatric surgery.
Bariatric surgery involves reducing the size of the stomach through a variety of surgical procedures including lap band surgery and sleeve gastrectomy (removing part of the stomach to create a stomach pouch the size of a banana).
For the record, no licensed doctor in America who values his medical license would perform such an invasive surgery on a baby.