Poppy Burge, the 7-year-old daughter who received a voucher for a boob job on her last birthday, has received another special gift from her plastic surgery obsessed mother. Sarah Burge, known as The Human Barbie, gave her daughter an $11,000 voucher for liposuction as a Christmas present.
Just what every little girl wants… Well, according to “The Human Barbie,” it is. Burge said:
“I put the voucher in her stocking – there’s nothing wrong with that. She asks for surgery all the time. She wants to look good and lipo is one of those procedures that will always come in handy.”
The Daily Mail reports that The Human Barbie has had more than $750,000 of plastic surgery on herself and is determined to turn her daughter into a beautiful piece of plastic.
Poppy Burge currently has a $10,000 voucher for breast enlargement, an $11,000 voucher for liposuction, and in 2010, Poppy was given pole dancing lessons.
So is Poppy Burge a little girl who is being forced to be like her mother? Or a little girl that gets everything that she wants?
The Daily Mail reports that for Poppy’s birthday last year The Human Barbie threw her an exotic pamper party. Poppy received a new computer, a vacation to a spa, and a voucher for a boob job.
“I wanted a new computer, a holiday and a voucher for surgery. When I got it all, it was a dream come true. All my friends were jealous. I can’t wait to be like Mummy with big boobs. They’re pretty.”
So how does The Human Barbie have all this cash to burn? Apparently she makes a pretty good living writing erotic novels.
What do you think of Poppy Burge’s presents? Do you think The Human Barbie is a bad mother? Burge said:
“Some people think it’s controversial and I get angry when strangers say I’m a bad mother because I don’t think there’s any harm in giving her this gift. Poppy is a normal kid who is good at sports and loves playing outside… Looks are a big part of how our futures pan out – there shouldn’t be a stigma around wanting to look good.”
Here’s a video about The Human Barbie from Dr. Drew.
Do you think there is an unfair stigma around plastic surgery?