“One H*ll of a Surgeon!” Kylie Jenner Sparks Plastic Surgery Rumors After Welcoming Stormi
Did she secretly get liposuction for her baby bounce back?
Major Slim Down
Kylie Jenner is back in the public eye again, so naturally, plastic surgery rumors are already running rampant.
Just two weeks after welcoming her new daughter — Stormi Webster — with boyfriend Travis Scott, the 20-year-old new mom was seen stepping out with best friend Jordyn Woods in Woodland Hills, Calif. Kylie flaunted her famous curves in skin-tight black bicycle shorts and a crop top, accessorizing her sporty look with Jordan sneakers, a beige jacket, and a black fanny pack.
Of course, the rare public outing was a shock to fans after the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star spent more than nine months in hiding. Though many fans were thrilled to see the first-time parent glowing just 10 days after giving birth, some quickly questioned her postpartum body and its seemingly instant bounce back. Did Kylie get secret liposuction?
Under the Knife
“Lol quick fix surgery .. not possible after 10 days from giving birth,” @nanabella14 wrote on Instagram after a fan account shared a side-by-side comparison of Kylie before and after her pregnancy.
“It’s not natural or genetics,” @osiejenj remarked. “It’s surgery / makeup. You know I’m right.”
“Yes people snap back for sure, but let’s look at her body before the surgery. Totally flat, no boobs no a**.. now look at her.. this is obvious stuff though. Yea she looks great ! She had one hell of a surgeon!” @sierra_eden_ commented.
Baby Bounce Back
However, others defended Kylie and argued that women in their 20s who’ve had kids tend to lose their post-pregnancy pooch relatively quickly.
“She’s young. She’ll snap back to normal quicker than an older woman [would],” @girldatsa wrote. Meanwhile, @malloryuniverse added, “That’s what happens when you have a baby at 20 and were in good shape before you were pregnant.”
“A lot of moms are different, not everyone’s genetics are the same. I know a lot of young moms who carried around their baby bods way past postpartum. Health, exercise during pregnancy and genetics plays a huge role in people’s ‘snap backs,'” @thrillsofyouth noted. “I don’t think women should create unrealistic goals for themselves though if they aren’t capable of it.”