Iggy Azalea anticipated requiring “a lot of plastic surgery” after delivering birth. The 30-year-old musician, who welcomed her son Onyx with ex-boyfriend Playboi Carti in June, revealed she was worried she’d need a lot of cosmetic work to get back in shape. “I thought I’d have to get heaps of plastic surgery, but then I didn’t have to get any,” Iggy remarked on the E! network’s “Overserved with Lisa Vanderpump.” I didn’t have a stomach to hide, and when COVID came around, I was just like, ‘I’ll just keep it a secret.’ ‘I don’t have to leave the house.’
While Iggy kept her pregnancy a secret from her pals, she did explain that Onyx had been planned. “I knew right instantly,” she explained. He was a foreseen child. I was simply wondering if I’d want more than one child, and I figured I’d better sort it out before I’m too old to care.” While Iggy and Playboi have since broken up, she still praises her ex for being a good father to their son. “He’s a nice father,” she said. I like him because of Onyx.”
She also joked about the baby’s resemblance to her, saying that he couldn’t possibly have her nose because she “had to switch her out.”
Everyone was telling me, ‘He’s a handsome one!’ and I was like, ‘Is he really, though?’,” Iggy explained. He doesn’t have any brows at all.
“People sometimes comment, ‘Oh, he has your nose,’ and I answer, ‘No, he doesn’t.’ I had no choice but to replace her. It’s amusing that you think mine resembles his.”
Iggy’s followers have also noticed her new look and commented on it in the photo’s comments area. “How did you grow so fat?” one asked, while another remarked, “Suns out, buns out???.” “I love your booty girl,” she said.
The sensual photo comes after she was seen exiting a LA tattoo parlor with a male acquaintance, where her face was noticeably redder and fuller. Fans quickly reacted to photographs of Iggy’s outing on social media. “It saddens me when beautiful girls have plastic surgery done to their faces. “Wow.
Iggy Azalea was so lovely before all the work she had done,” one admirer tweeted, while another added, “Wow. Iggy Azalea was so pretty before all the work she had done.” Iggy must have a low sense of self-worth. She used to be very attractive. She’s just bloated now!”
Jennifer Leebow, ARNP and national education director at LABB, who has never treated the hip-hop celebrity, says she appears to have been in frequent contact with her plastic surgeon. “Hyaluronic acid fillers, most likely Voluma or Restylane Lyft, have been injected into Iggy’s cheekbones to give a more contoured and dramatic appearance,” she exclusively told Life & Style.
“When contouring the cheekbones, it’s ideal to go slowly and gradually establish contour and definition. This method prevents the puffy, excessive look seen on Iggy.”
She also feels Iggy has been taking fillers to add volume to her lips and Botox to her brow to make her eyes appear bigger. “These absorbable products will settle and begin to degrade somewhere between 12 and 18 months,” she added.
Iggy, on the other hand, has never been bashful about discussing her past cosmetic surgery. Iggy revealed why she got a breast operation and rhinoplasty during an interview on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in April 2016.
“I was in perfect health. I believe it is a personal choice that anyone, man or woman, should be able to make. When Ellen asked why she did it, she explained, “And if you want to change something, then that’s up to you.”
“I changed my nose and gained boobs as a result.” I didn’t have boobs before, only nipples, and now I have breasts,” the “Fancy” singer joked. “I figured I could use some and it would be a nice compliment.”
In a separate interview with Elle Canada, Iggy expressed her desire for people to stop making such a big deal out of her decision to undergo surgery.
“I believe that, in 2016, people should be more understanding of the reality that both famous and non-famous women have cosmetic treatments,” she told the publication. “It’s just the way things are. And I believe that more people should disclose that s–t so that it isn’t so taboo — because we’re all doing it anyhow.”