Skai Jackson is denying all claims that she has gotten a little nip and tuck.
Jackson uploaded a set of beautiful bikini photos along with a photo of her sitting by a pool in Anguilla, on July 19. While many of her followers praised the 19-year-old for gorgeous looks and pictures, others were skeptical about her body.
On Twitter, one skeptical fan said in a now-deleted tweet, “I know I’m not trippen but Skai Jackson has a skinny bbl? She was never shaped like that. Y’all not fooling me chile.” BBL is short for Brazilian Butt Lift which is, according to Healthline, “a popular cosmetic procedure that involves the transfer of fat to help create more fullness in your backside.”
Jackson addressed the allegations by quoting the tweet and writing, “I don’t even have enough fat for a bbl and have never done anything to my body. I’m just getting older lmao.” While Jackson does have a smaller body shape, it’s not clear how the fan would have been able to tell that she did not have curves previously because Jackson rarely posts herself wearing anything form-fitting or a piece that shows a lot of skin. In fact, she hadn’t posted her last swimsuit photo since 2019.
To further explain why her body seems to be in perfect shape, she tweeted, “Plus I work out 3 days a week yall! All natural over here.”
BBL’s have become a hot commodity in the entertainment world, so much so that even everyday people are starting to undergo the procedure. With the popularity of the surgery, one would think it is 100 percent safe, but according to “Botched” star Dr. Terry Dubrow, these surgeries are nothing to play with and are actually “extraordinarily dangerous.”
Dubrow explained on “TMZ” in May that “it’s the most dangerous not only plastic surgery procedure, it’s the most dangerous operation there is with the highest fatality rate.” The 62-year-old surgeon said although the process sounds “easy” small tiny veins in the buttocks connect directly to the vena cava, a major blood vessel that supplies blood to your heart.
He said, “if you get fat in those little vessels and it gets in the main vena cava and goes to your lungs, it’s over.”