NEWSFLASH! Sandy ‘Pepa’ Denton of the iconic female rap group Salt n’ Pepa is reportedly suing her plastic surgeon over a botched butt job.
RWS reports that Pepa from Salt-N-Pepa has filed a lawsuit against her plastic surgeon because she claims the doctor pressured her into multiples butt surgeries and botched them all.
Sandra Denton, better known as Pep, is suing Dr. David Sayah for negligence, claiming he talked her into 3 separate procedures to repair damage she suffered in a July 2018 car accident.
Denton claims that the accident shifted the biopolymer injections she previously had in her butt and hips, leaving her in extreme pain. The rapper says she was referred to Dr. Sayah in Sept. 2019 to correct the problem by removing the biopolymer material and butt implants to relieve her discomfort.
According to the suit, the doctor instead of removing the material, the doctor convinced her to simply replace the butt implants with smaller ones, telling her she’d most likely be dissatisfied by the appearance of her au natural derriere.
Pepa alleges Sayah then performed an unsuccessful liposuction, which required yet another corrective surgery, but prior to that procedure, she claims Dr. Sayah pressured her into a different procedure which caused her buttocks to harden and knot up, making it difficult and stressful for her to perform on stage.
But wait… there’s more. There was a third and final surgery done in Feb. 2020, which Pepa claims Dr. Sayah was supposed to finally removed the biopolymer material.
Denton claims she still suffered pain and later discovered that despite her directives to remove the material, she found they were still in place after another doctor performed an MRI and discovered a “large amount of biopolymer silicone and dead scar tissue remaining.
That’s a whole lot. When are we gonna learn to embrace our God given buttocks. *sigh*
Pepa says she will probably never be able to recover from her botched butt job so she’s now suing Dr. Sayah for allegedly disfiguring her.
She also says she’s gonna need even more corrective surgery.