Cardi B, US rapper, has taken to social media to inform her followers that she won’t be going under the knife ever again, following complications from plastic surgery


In May, the talented songstress had called off her concerts scheduled for the month in order to recuperate from her post-baby breast augmentation and liposuction.

This was after she had defied the advice of her doctors who suggested that she takes a break from the music scene to allow for her recuperation from the surgical procedure.

“Cardi was overzealous in getting back to work. She didn’t take the necessary time to fully recover. Her strenuous schedule took a toll on her body and she was given strict doctor orders to pull out of the rest of her performances in May,” her representative revealed in a statement.


“I hate canceling shows because I love money. I’m a money addict, and I get paid a lot of money for these shows. Like I’m canceling millions of dollars in shows,” the singer had added in an Instagram post addressed to fans.

“But like, health is wealth, so I have to do what I have to do. My breasts gotta heal, and it is what it is.”

In a recent tweet, she said her most recent plastic surgery would be her last time going under the knife.


“I’ve been working out for the past two weeks cause I ain’t getting surgery again. But Let me tell you, I haven’t got a headache ever since,” she wrote on Twitter.


The singer also shared a photo of her swollen feet and addressed the widespread rumours that she canceled the said shows over low ticket sales.

Cardi B shares a photo of her swollen feet on Instagram. Credit: Instagram/Cardi B

“Look how swollen my feet get every time I take flights. My stomach gets even puffier. The reason why my doctor told me to chill on shows was that my feet and stomach burn when I get puffed up, not due to ticket sales,” she wrote in the since-deleted post.

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