The internet has been buzzing over Iggy Azalea’s bottom. Her latest crop of bikini photos has reignited the rumors that her big booty was augmented by plastic surgery.
According to The Sun, fans started blasting Iggy Azalea’s “fake booty” on social media. She was also accused of Photoshopping her whole body in her latest crop of photos. Fans took to Azalea’s Instagram posts to ponder whether she used a photo editing app or plastic surgeon to enhance her curves. As you can see in Azalea’s new bikini photos, she’s seen wearing a pink bikini with a straw hat, but the eye leads to her tiny waist and round bottom.
“I feel like this picture has been touched, wish iggy would be full on realistic and not photoshop her body, she’s so naturally beautiful like girl you don’t need no photoshop be you,” one fan wrote.
In another photo, Iggy is seen lying by the pool in her tiny pink bikini. Her head is covered by a straw hat as she’s also seen wearing tan wedges. Then, fans slammed Iggy for Photoshopping her arms. Yes, you got that right. Her arms.
“Photoshop fail with both arms… why is the left arm looking like that,” another fan wrote under her Instagram post.
However, a majority of fans assumed that she either got butt implants or injections. A top plastic surgeon even spoke exclusively to Hollywood Life about Iggy Azalea’s big butt. He believes that the artist got a Brazilian butt lift, and no, he does not mean the workout craze.
“She could have had a Brazilian Butt Lift with a fat transfer or buttocks implants,” Dr. Mark Youssef of Younique Cosmetic Surgery told the outlet. “I think she had the implants because of the roundness and definition around the buttocks. With fat transfers, we usually see a more subtle and softer augmentation. Also, someone as thin as Iggy may not be able to do the fat transfer because of the limited amount of fat she has.”
Amid the speculation of Azalea’s booty, a member of Wild ‘N Out‘s Platinum Team asked her about her ample behind on this week’s episode, as quoted by MTV.
“I just want to say I think you’re real beautiful. And myself, my castmates, and every dude in here would really like to know how much of that booty is really real?”
So, how did Iggy Iggz respond to the butt implant rumors? The MTV report left out her response and said that you will have to tune in. Meanwhile, People Magazine gave Iggy’s fans the answer they’ve been wanting to hear — or maybe not. The 26-year-old pop star nervously laughed before giving a coy response.
“I’m gonna put you up on your game. It’s real in your hands, but y’all don’t need to be worrying about booty that’s above your weight class.”
She hasn’t been shy about showing off her body on Instagram. The newly single Azalea wanted to let everyone know that she’s available ever since she split with fiance Nick Young earlier this summer. While Azalea has kept coy about her booty in MTV’s Wild ‘N Out, she has been open and honest about her breast augmentation surgery, chin implant, and nose job.
In an interview with Elle Canada, she addressed the reason why she wanted to go through with her nose augmentation surgery.
“I wanted to change my nose because I didn’t grow up with a bump on it — that happened when I got smashed in the face with a soccer ball when I was 16. Now I feel like my nose looks the way it’s supposed to look. But for how long do we have to acknowledge that I got a nose job? For the rest of my life? Am I going to be 45 and people are still saying ‘Nice nose job’?”
Last year, during her “73 Questions with Vogue” challenge, Iggy excitedly exclaimed that she got her boobs done.
When asked what she would change about her body, she responded, “I did change something: Four months ago, I got bigger boobs! I’d thought about it my entire life.”
Iggy then said that she was tired of having to pad her stage costumes. She also admitted that she wants to be as honest as possible with her fans when it comes to her plastic surgery procedures. Whether or not Iggy has butt implants or injections is left to be answered by the woman herself.
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