The way the witnesses tell it, the 27-year-old Instagram star Serena Beuford is in a coma after her butt implants popped while she was working out at her Boston gym, while filming herself doing her regular squats with the famous 64-inch butt cheeks for her Instagram account.
According to her sister, she was trying to gain more fame and reputation with her unusual physique that was already drawing a lot of attention in her local gym. Reportedly, a loud popping noise could be heard when the implants exploded, and she collapsed several minutes later.
She was immediately taken to a hospital where she will undergo a extensive surgical procedure, since the exploded implants caused serious damage to her rectum, colon and lower intestines. Selena has had gotten her implants from an unlicensed clinic that is currently under well-deserved investigation.
But the legitimacy of this already sensationalized story is under some intense questioning. Some experts, like Douglas Steinbrech, a board certified plastic surgeon, say that implants are highly unlikely to pop. According to him, implants are not like baloons, and the fluid they contain stays in the body for hours before it can be resorbed by the body, so that immediate deflation described above, is simply not possible.
Not being able to prove what had actually happened with Serena, we’re left with only this very simple and important conclusion: don’t get your implants from a surgeon who isn’t board-certified in a suspicious-looking clinic, people. Don’t take stupid risks with your body for the sake of popularity, because procedures like that may turn out to be very dangerous or even deadly to your health.
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Update: The story about the Boston woman in a coma after her butt implants exploded while she was doing squats at a gym is a fake! The story is making the rounds after getting first published on NewsWatch33.com, a fake news site.