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Kandi Burruss recently underwent surgery to reduce her breast size after giving birth to two children.
The "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star revealed her breast reduction surgery during the launch of her new YouTube series, "Body Work," on Sunday.
The 45-year-old mom-of-three admits her breast size reduction wasn't achieved through dieting or working out in the gym.
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Like most women going through perimenopause, Kandi found it difficult to lose weight once her estrogen and progesterone levels decreased.
"Let's not let all the other diets and stuff that I've done confuse you into thinking that that's what made my boobs get reduced, because it is not, honey!" she said.
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"I did have some weight loss. I have tried some juice fasts recently. Or, excuse me, 'juice cleanse' recently. Yes, I did lose a couple pounds with that. I have been trying to change the way I eat. I've been trying intermittent fasting."
The Xscape singer said she decided to go public with her breast reduction to encourage other busty women to take the load off their chests.
She went to Dr. Chad Deal who "cut a chunk off of each one of them, OK? I'm just gonna keep it 100 with you. He reduced these bad boys..."
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Kandi also had liposuction and a tummy tuck procedure while under the knife.
The middle-aged reality star is not the first RHOA cast member to undergo the surgery. Kim Zolciak, 43, also underwent breast reduction surgery in 2018.
And former rapper Queen Latifah, 51, had her breasts reduced in the 1990s due to back pain and fatigue.
Not all women are blessed to have big boobs. Most women get breast implants to obtain the breast size they lack.
YouTube announced a new lineup of shows including original series starring Will Smith and Alicia Keys.
Will is starring in a six-part reality series that focuses on his fitness journey after declaring he is "in the worst shape of my life."
Alicia will star in her own four-part series that takes fans behind the scenes of her new studio album. The mom of 2 and stepmom of 3 is best known for her hit songs "You Don't Know My Name", "If I Ain't Got You", and "Diary."
YouTube also announced the return of Liza Koshy's Liza on Demand, as well as a new special featuring Asian American chefs, activists, celebrities and creators. LeBron James and Michelle Kwan are executive producers.
Additionally, YT is launching a new special titled Barbershop Medicine, which explores the intersections or socioeconomic and race under the #YouTube Black Voices Fund.
The new series are part of YouTube's efforts to transition from subscriber-only shows featuring content creators to ad-supported shows that feature mainstream stars like Will Smith and Kevin Hart.
Comedian and TV personality Steve Harvey was a guest on BET TV's "Sip 'n Smoke with Cam Newton."
Newton introduced Harvey as "The man, the myth, the legend himself."
Among the topics of discussion were the keys to success, relevancy, marriage and fatherhood advice.
"The thing I've learned about fatherhood," said Harvey, "ain't no manual, ain't no blueprint for raising yo' kids, and you have to allow them -- because they are going to -- so it's not you allowing them. They are going to make mistakes -- and you have to allot for those mistakes. Because, no matter what you teach them as a parent, they one day are going to make a mistakes that's completely adverse to everything you've ever taught them."
Harvey said his sons are different because he raised them to be head of a household, a husband and a father. "It's going to require toughness so I make them struggle a little bit more."
Harvey said his daughters are different. "I'm protective of them. If you attack my daughters or my wife, I'm coming for you."
He added: "Cats out here be running they mouth... You don't understand: I will die for them."
Both Cam Newton and Steve Harvey are raising (or raised) stepchildren. The superstar quarterback asked Harvey how he handled a stepchild who challenges him and says, "You ain't my daddy."
"When I married Marjorie, Marjorie had three children," said Harvey. "One time one of them said to me, 'you ain't my daddy.' And my question was, 'Ok, but where he at though?' 'Cause I get tight too. Don't step to me disrespectful. Because I'm doing the job [sic]."
Harvey went on to praise men who step up and take on another man's responsibility ("That's a different kind of man.").
Watch the interview below.
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Raquel Harper, former host of TMZ's Raq Rants, updated her Instagram followers who continuously asked why she left TMZ.
Harper was host of her own popular Youtube series, Raq Rants, and as a producer for TMZ. Her popular web series was picked up by BET TV for 12 half-hour episodes in 2018.
In response to the many inquiries about her absence from TMZ's airwaves, Harper announced that she is pregnant with her third child and she has been in and out of the hospital with pregnancy-related problems.
"I have been in and out of the hospital a number of times what felt like my death bed," she wrote in the caption of an Instagram post on Monday.
"As you all see I am six months pregnant and have been suffering horribly with hyperemesis gravidarum that has been literally a fucking miserable time.... Just to name a few things that happens weight lost over 40 pounds... low blood pressure..countless Iv drips and vomiting over ten times a day literally not to mention deep depression..I am still not even fully cool yet but definitely way better than I was up into only a week and a half ago...So I am excited though to share we are having a baby girl and she due on @taco_mell birthday April 27."
Despite her health problems, Harper says she plans to return to TMZ on Thursday.
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