Teen Mom Kailyn Lowry claims she does NOT have butt implants after undergoing Brazilian butt lift, boob job & tummy tuck

TEEN Mom Kailyn Lowry insisted she has NOT had butt implants – after undergoing a Brazilian butt lift, a boob job, and a tummy tuck.

The 28-year-old reality star nabbed a discounted Brazilian butt lift along with liposuction on her neck, a tummy tuck, and breast implants back in 2016.

But taking to her Instagram Story, Kailyn felt compelled to stamp out any confusion over her various nips and tucks.

She posted a clip of her shaking her head as false statements flashed up on the screen.

One said, "you have butt implants" as another declared: "You bought your degree".

Although Kailyn didn't get implants, she did have a fat transfer that dramatically transformed her behind.



Kailyn has been open about her various cosmetic procedures over the years, especially her 2016 body overhaul by Michael “Dr. Miami” Salzhauer.

When she got those operations done a few years ago, she was already mom to son Lincoln with ex Javi Marroquin and son Isaac with ex Jonathan Rivera.

When she fell pregnant with her third child last year, a son Lux with Chris Lopez, Dr. Miami shaded her in a video saying "when you give her a full body makeover but she gets pregnant".

Kailyn responded after fans tagged her in his TikTok video and said: "You didn't have to attack me like this".



She also recently revealed she is "planning a breast reduction" after the admitting she is "not happy" with herself.

The MTV star, who just scored a deal with Rihanna’s Savage x Fenty lingerie line, took to her Instagram Stories to answer some questions from fans, when one person decided to ask her her "bra size."

She responded: "36DDD but planning a breast reduction," as she also added a fingers crossed emoji.


Kailyn, who has also been open about getting lip injections, would later say: "We live in such a weird time that if we do something, if we get work done, it's almost frowned upon.

"But I just feel like a lot of us want it and we don't really know about it and if more people talked about it, we could be more open about it."

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