Amber Rose Allegedly Getting A Breast Reduction Tomorrow

Lawrence Kim
January 17, 2018

On Jan. 16 she revealed that she's going to get a breast reduction on Jan. 17! The 34-year-old model has revealed she is finally getting surgery to reduce her chest size from a 36H and whilst she is "really excited", she admits she's nervous too.

"I'm really scared and really excited at the same time", she wrote on her Instagram story. Amber will be having the procedure done by world-renowned Beverly Hills plastic surgeons Dr. David Matlock and Dr. Garth Fisher.

She'd previously said that she wanted the surgery because 'my boobs are stupid heavy, my back hurts and I can't wear cute lil shirts without a grandma bra'. On Tuesday, Amber jumped on social media and announced that she's going undergoing a breast reduction, and it's happening tomorrow.

"Tell me about ur (sic) experiences", she wrote. She revealed to fans that she's having breast reduction surgery on January 17 and we've got all the details.

She explained that the weight from her breasts was causing back pain, a common reason woman choose to undergo the surgery. "Every article that has to do with me on a red carpet had to do with "Ariel Winter's Crazy Cleavage!' or 'Ariel Winter Shows Huge Boobs at an Event!' That's all people would recognize me by, not, 'Oh, she does great work on Modern Family".

"The Amber Rose SlutWalk aims to impact and uplift, while shifting the paradigm of rape culture", the organization explains on its website. Are there any ladies out there that are much happier even though you have a breast reduction scars?' "We are just sick of being talked down to, sick of being called "hoes" and "sluts", getting 'slut shamed" and talked down on for the same things men do.

Rose is a strong supporter of female empowerment and runs an annual event titled the "SlutWalk" aimed to combat sexual violence, victim blaming, derogatory labels and gender inequality. The term slut walk, some don't understand it but it's a very positive thing'.

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