kourtney kardashian plastic surgery
Kylie's lips have launched well over a thousand injections, and Kendall, though she opted for a more subtle look, definitely has fuller lips than she did when the Keeping Up With The Kardashians franchise first kicked off.
Well, Kourtney, a 36-year-old mom of 3, doesn't exhibit the tell-tale signs of cosmetic assistance in the way that her mom and sisters might, but look closely…She's definitely had some work done.
Kourtney Kardashian before (LEFT) and after (RIGHT)
The pictures show a dramatic transformation from a cute girl-next-door to an exotic beauty. It can't be all hair and make up, can it, Doc?
“Rhinoplasty for sure," says Dr. Tornambe, who has not treated Kourtney. “She has also injected fillers in nasolabial folds, (laugh lines), also possibly liposuction of the jaw region, and she's had a breast augmentation."
And, moving down the body…
“It does appear that she might have had a Brazilian Butt lift, aka fat transfer to her buttocks," Dr. Tornambe says.
"They look just a bit larger, which makes sense because she really does not appear to have had a lot of fat to transfer. The Catch 22 to that very popular procedure is a lot of fat needs to be present to be transferred to see significant results. The irony is that most women that have enough fat to transfer to their butt don't need or want it......unless their last name starts with K!"
Makes sense that Kourtney would invest in booty upkeep—her butt was the first thing Scott noticed about her.
"Your body was banging when I first saw you on the beach with that little ass," he raved on an earlier episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
The ice cream company released a powerful statement this week.
With Black Lives Matter protests popping up left and right, lots of well-known public figures and companies are taking a stand against police brutality.
Celebrities are putting their lives on the line protesting, childrens' toy companies are donating tens of thousands to organizations like the NAACP, and even infamous YouTube stars are hitting the streets. But Ben & Jerry's—yes, the ice cream brand—have made the most detailed statement of all.
"The murder of George Floyd was the result of inhumane police brutality that is perpetuated by a culture of white supremacy," reads a lengthy statement on the Ben & Jerry's website. "What happened to George Floyd was not the result of a bad apple; it was the predictable consequence of a racist and prejudiced system and culture that has treated Black bodies as the enemy from the beginning."
The statement continues: "Four years ago, we publicly stated our support for the Black Lives Matter movement. Today, we want to be even more clear about the urgent need to take concrete steps to dismantle white supremacy in all its forms."
Ben and Jerry then outlines a four-step plan to end white supremacy. First is calling on President Trump to disavow white supremacy, instead of calling on the military to shoot American protesters. Second is calling on Congress to pass H.R. 40, a bill with instructions to study racism, its deep roots in American history, and how antiquated beliefs are still prevalent today. Third is creating a task force to help increase police accountability, and fourth is a "call on the Department of Justice to reinvigorate its Civil Rights Division as a staunch defender of the rights of Black and Brown people." Trump has never made plans even half that detailed!
It's a little sad that ice cream companies are more adamant about ending centuries of white supremacy than our own government officials even at the state level. Especially when other companies have issued statements that attempt to overshadow their previous racist actions, Ben & Jerry's commitment to justice is admirable. Ben and Jerry are officially the two coolest white boomer men we know, and we will be celebrating by vacuum-inhaling three pints of Chunky Monkey.
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