You might be forced to scream “Jesus, Mary and Joseph” after seeing this woman who claims her 17-inch butts isn’t God-given but a medical condition. In other words, she didn’t ask for it and never would have desired it.
But, damn! She’s an object of envy.
Thanks to celebs like Kim Kardashian, Jennifer Lopez and Nicki Minaj, big butts are totally in and don’t seem to be going anywhere. In fact, statistics from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) show that butt surgery is up 252 percent in the last 16 years.
Though there a lot of ways people can get that enviable derriere, it’s a pity that it just isn’t for many women no matter how many times they squat and lunge.
For women who must keep enough junks in their trunks, wearing a pair of butts enhancing underwear might be good. They’re found almost everywhere, at very cheap prices.
Those who wouldn’t want the embarrassment of being fake can have a Brazilian Butt Lift which isn’t costly or dangerous, but at least, you can be sure it’s the real thing. This procedure takes fat from one part of the body like the tummy or hips, and transplants it to the butt.
The woman in the picture above, is called Raylynn, didn’t do anything to have her butts lifted. She’s an Atlanta-based blogger, who loves to show off her assets on social media and is a “strong supporter of body positivity.”
Raylynn regularly posts photos of her 70-inch button the social media and she’s getting the needed attention.
Notwithstanding, there are Thomases who argued that Raylynn’s butts can’t be real, saying she digitally enhances the pictures and making them look larger.
But she responded with the revelation that she was diagnosed with lymphedema, a condition that causes swelling throughout the body.
Lymphedema is most commonly caused by the removal of or damage to your lymph nodes as a part of cancer treatment. It results from a blockage in your lymphatic system, which is part of your immune system. The blockage prevents lymph fluid from draining well, and the fluid buildup leads to swelling.
There’s no cure for lymphedema. But it can be managed with early diagnosis and diligent care of your affected limb.
Now that we know why she had those larger-than-life backside, would any woman want some of those?
Raylynn is lucky to have had her swellings at the right place, don’t you think?