I blame this fascination with big butts on hip-hop. For as long as I can remember, it has always been considered a great thing to have a big butt. Women who have bigger butts get all the attention from men, are praised in magazines and music and it leaves those of us with not so big butts feeling a little…less than, for lack of a better description.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m not flat back there…but I definitely don’t resemble Nicki Minaj from the back if you understand what I’m saying LOL!
Anyway, the desire for having a big butt is so strong for some women that they’ll risk their lives to have one.
Atlanta native Kimberly Smedley, 47, was sentenced to three years in prison in a Baltimore court. Smedley does not hold a license to practice medicine and reportedly injected commercial silicone into customers’ butts using glue and cotton balls to stop any leaks.
According to Smedley, customers paid anywhere between $500 and $1600 in cash for the procedures.