Rumors are swirling that Waka Flocka Flame’s wife Tammy Rivera recently changed up her body with a little nip and tuck removal.
Find out what we are hearing allegedly Tammy Rivera did on the flip…
CelebNHealth247.com is hearing a rumor and at this point we have no confirmation if she has or hasn’t had a rib removed.
It’s NOT AT ALL clear that Tammy Rivera underwent the surgery, but people are saying that she may have undergone a controversial “rib removal” surgery. The speculation of Tammy having the procedure is growing.
In case, you are unaware of what a rib removal procedure is, we have some information for you. Women these days have many choices from Breast augmentation, Brazilian butt lifts, and tummy tucks and vaginal rejuvination. Women have choices if they want to enhance themselves to feel empowered or better about their body.
We get it, and if you can afford to do it, then why not. As for Tammy, we are NOT SURE if she has or hasn’t but look at the photos and you decide. What is true is that Tammy underwent a non-surgical body sculpting last June, but now MTO is claiming she had a rib removed. We doubt that is true.
She was caught posing with Rasheeda over the Memorial Day weekend boating.
Rib removal surgery history?
It was a surgery that women did back int the Victorian era, when corsets were the rage and teeny-tiny waists were definitive of feminine beauty. The topic of rib removal became popular once again in the 70s. Two known celebrities who has had the surgery are RuPaul and Cher.
These days, only a few plastic surgeons in the United States perform rib removal today due to the risks and potential complications related to this surgery. The procedure is a removal of one or more ribs to help slim the mid section to achieve a narrower waist line.
What you need to realize is that our ribs protect some of our vital organs, without them there you are vulnerable to injury if hit in those areas.
What is a “rib removal” surgery?
Rib removal involves extracting the lower ribs to create a slimmer waist contour. Most commonly, the 12th, 11th, and occasionally the 10th ribs are removed. The 11th and 12th ribs are known as “floating” ribs, which means they only cover the organs from the back and not the front. The 10th rib covers both the front and back, which is why some surgeons who perform rib removal feel it’s unsafe to remove this rib.
Rib removal is performed under general anesthesia, which means the patient will be unconscious during the procedure. There is a very extensive recovery time associate with rib removal; in some cases, it may take up to six months for the pain to disappear completely. There will almost certainly be a scar left on the patient’s back, where the incisions were made.
Is Rib Removal Too Risky?
Most board-certified plastic surgeons feel that rib removal is too extreme of a procedure to be performed for cosmetic reasons. The ribcage’s essential function is to protect vital organs. Even the lowermost ribs that are removed during rib removal surgery are positioned around some very important body parts: the kidneys, gallbladder, and even part of the stomach. Generally, rib removal is executed for necessary reasons like bone cancer or developmental growth problems.