Cardi B wants another tummy tuck 9 months after giving birth to her son Wave Set Cephus.
The mom-of-2 took to Instagram to inform her followers of her decision to go under the knife again. She said she doesn't like the way her body looks after she delivered her son.
"This stomach, is giving tummy tuck," Cardi said. "Like, it's not bad, but I just don't like this extra little skin. I am a little heavier than usual, but I don't like it, I want to get rid of it. I think Wavey like... did me wrong."
Cardi, 29, has gone under the knife at least half a dozen times. She also had her teeth fixed.
She snapped at critics who dared to suggest she go to a gym and work out to lose the extra pounds.
"[People tell me], 'You lazy, you should just work out. I do whatever the f—k I want to do with my body,'" she said on Instagram Live.
She claimed surgery is a quick solution because she doesn't have the time to work out in a gym.
"I don't have the time of day like you do. Like, my job as an entertainer is a 24-hour job, bro. So no, I don't have time to work out and I wanted specific things that I know that no matter how much I work out, [will] not get fixed."
What is Plastic Surgery Addiction?
Plastic surgery addiction is a psychological disorder characterized by a compulsion for plastic surgery even if additional surgery is unnecessary.
What Causes Plastic Surgery Addiction?
It is caused by body image disturbance, which means a disturbed perception of one's own body. Patients with anorexia nervosa are diagnosed with body image disturbance.
Plastic surgery addiction disorder causes the sufferer to spend thousands of dollars on surgeries, which they believe will make them happy.
People who suffer from surgery addiction disorder are usually insecure, self-absorbed, have low self-esteem, and suffer from depression.
They typically spend a lot of time on social media taking selfies.
They won't stop undergoing surgeries until they run out of money or surgeons refuse to operate on them.
Can Plastic Surgery Addiction Be Treated?
Anti-depressant medication and cognitive-behavioral therapy are effective at treating plastic surgery addiction.
Plastic surgery doesn't help them because their delusions about their body image are not based in reality.
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