So much talk going on around the year of return. however one viral story that is still going viral is the lady that walked through Kotoka airport with a big wobbly behind. No one really knows who she is however her face is really popping off in Ghana.
Although Ghanaians are used to seeing large behinds naturally, they shouldn’t get too excited about the lady from America as there is a large culture of butt injections creating abnormal looking behinds such as this. Mostly done through illegal doctors who inject polyacrylamide into women to make their butts bigger. She goes by the name of Jaye Love and she is supposedly a DJ and actress.
Ghanaian women have usually been praised for their curves, but this enormous behind had a lot of them talking and discriminating on various instagram and social media pages.
Jaye Love’s behind being real or not has generally been the debate ever since the anonymous lady shook up our airport. However on the contrary it is far from real. The size of a natural womans behind will be somewhat proportionate to her thighs according to a havard health and muscle study (source). It’s impossible to have such a bum falling over with size 8 legs.
One other lady with the same size behind goes by the name of Courtney Barnes, who tried to remove her large size behind but was denied so for her life. Courtney who once embarked on an illegal butt injection actually was injected with substance that wasn’t good for her. Luckily she swerved death by finding out she could have died if it was injected into her but muscles.
All this was revealed when she went to a doctor, live on TV, to have the butt reduced back to normal. She was informed the only way she could do so was to amputate her whole butt. Meaning to cut off her whole butt cheeks. That option for any black woman any where is a no no. In fact most would have said no even if it was a life threatening situation.
Watch the video below where she explains how she got the but and what she had to do to remove it at the doctors.
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