How many people have to die before y’all realize that black market butt shots aren’t worth the discount??
Yet another victim of a botched butt job was found dead at a Dallas, Texas beauty salon a few weeks ago.
Friends say Wykesha Reid (pictured above) “got hooked on them booty shots” and even though she was told her butt was “getting too big,” Reid went back again and again for more.
On her 4th try, the 34-year-old woman’s body was found at the Deep Ellum salon where she’d gone to have the procedure.
Patricia Kelley, the woman who raised her said the salon had been “cleaned out,” and Reid’s phone and wallet had been taken. Apparently, no one inside even bothered to call 911.
Details about the latest butt shot fail below…
According to the DallasNews, authorities are searching for the salon owners but not in connection to Reid’s death.
Authorities are seeking them on charges of practicing medicine without a license in a separate case that came to light later, in which “a woman who received butt injections suffered pain, soreness and psychological problems but survived.”
According to the warrant, the woman “was told to be quiet after screaming in agony.”
Police say they can’t build a case against the pair in Reid’s death unless the Dallas County medical examiner rules the injections killed her.The examiner’s ruling is awaiting toxicology results, which could take two months.
“I want to see them on trial for murder,” Reid’s 20-year-old daughter, Keaira Reid, said of whoever was with her mother that night. “I’m very mad because anybody could have called 911.”
The Dallas News spoke to former clients of the pair who said they ran a well-known, professional operation injecting hydrogel into the asses of local exotic dancers, then sealing their work with super glue.
Salon customers said doses of the beauty shop butt shots cost between $300 and $500, and the procedure took anywhere from 15 to 45 minutes.
“As women, we always find something wrong with our bodies,” said Cece Taylor, a 25-year-old dancer at local gentlemen’s clubs. She said other dancers recommended Ross, who goes by the nickname “Wee Wee.”
“Men glorify big butts,” Taylor said. “Also, to be honest, in the black community, if you have a bigger butt, you get paid more.”
Police documents and interviews with Taylor and the other woman describe how Ross and Clarke seemed professional in their beauty shop butt shot operation.
Taylor said the pair instructed her to take off her pants and lie on a table, which was covered with paper. They took needles from packages and told her they would use hydrogel. She said it didn’t hurt much — only as much as a vaccine.
Taylor said she asked Ross and Clarke for more injections when they were finished, but they refused, citing safety reasons.
Afterward, Taylor said, the pair put Super Glue on cotton balls to close up the sites of the injections.
Super glue?!?! Lawdhamercy….