In the 20-second video, the woman manipulates what looks like a butt implant that slipped out of position.
I did a little digging and found out that the woman in the video is an ex-stripper by the name of Renee Tally. Tally, whose face is not shown in the video, states:
“This is my implant flipping backwards.” She wanted a “ghetto booty” with a smoothly rounded curve, but the implant “flipped inside out,” and she ended up with two horrible looking pig-snout protrusions in her buttocks.
The woman handles the hideous-looking bulge of the double implant, moving it back into place, saying: “I don’t think an implant’s supposed to do that. It shouldn’t be able to flip.”.
Renee had silicone implants similar to what ‘they say’ Kenya Moore got from that Mexican doctor in the 90’s (PHOTOS). Kenya’s butt job may not have been as bad as Tally’s, but Tally reminds us that silicone implants are bad… REAL bad!
Details about Tally’s butt implant fail + watch the disturbing video below…
“This woman is revealing how a controversial butt implant surgery went horribly wrong. This video has been reviewed over one million times, and Renee, the woman who posted it is now a YouTube phenomenon. She said her quest for a perfect butt nearly cost her her life.”
Renee explained how she first noticed the problem with her implants.
“I was showing my girlfriend how I could reach up under the implant and it just kind of flipped and freaked me out. I started getting really sick. I couldn’t breathe.”
When it comes to plastic surgery, make sure the doctor is legit. That’s the message Renee wants to share with other women. She’s even appeared on a talk show to discuss her issue.
“Love the skin you’re in. Please don’t go and do this stuff to yourself. If more people would come out and tell their stories then less women would go and do this.”
Adrian Richards, a consultant plastic surgeon at Aurora Clinics in the UK, says the video looks authentic. He explained that what the video shows is what happens when an implant is not secured firmly in its “pocket,” either between the buttock and the pelvic bone or on top of the “gluteus maximus,” that is, the buttock muscle.
“It is a complication which is relatively common following buttock implants. It shouldn’t really happen because the pocket should be snug so the implant stays where it is… This lady’s implant is flat on the bottom and coned on the top, but this one has flipped over.”
Many have died over plastic surgery treatments such as this one, but fortunately Tally only had to go through one round of corrective surgery to remove the foreign objects from her rear end.
Ooooh! Now we know why Kenya Moore is always rubbing her bodacious booty up against inanimate objects… *lightbulb moment* she’s tryna shift her implant back into place!