Miss Universe Kenya 2005 Rachel Marete Mbuki Litvishkova has angrily slammed Vera Sidika for lying about why she removed her fake booty.
Marete insists that the kind of side effects that Vera mentioned happened to her only occurs to people who have had illegal butt injections.
"Vera Sidika needs to be honest with people. The type of side effects she's highlighting only happen to people who had illegal butt injections where they inject silicone or biopolymers. That means that when she was saying she was in Beverly Hills getting a BBL she was probably in a hotel somewhere getting illegal but injections.
"A BBL (Brazilian Butt Lift) is simply a transfer of your own fat t a different part of your body. Illegal butt injections are dangerous because the silicone travels and leads to major health complications forcing one to remove them," Marete wrote in a post on social media.
Legal plastic surgery is safe
The US-based Kenyan beauty queen, who herself has undergone multiple plastic surgeries, insisted that Vera shouldn't scare other people complaining that cosmetic surgeries are not safe when she put her own life at risk with illegal butt injections.
"If she had a BBL, there would have been no health risks after all this time. All she would have had to do was to lose weight to reduce it like the Kardashians did. If your illegal butt injections put your health at risk don't then start intentionally stigmatizing surgery dolls that did it correctly and paid good money to have it done the right way because now you don't have the body you used to. Your message should be "never take cheap shortcuts" not "plastic surgery is bad". Girl please. Same way you had complications with your first set of cheap breast implants," Marete wrote.
While announcing she had gotten rid of her big fake booty, Vera warned women against plastic surgery lest they end up like her.
"Ladies; pls learn to love yourself & don’t ever let peer pressure rush u into things that will ruin you in future. I’m lucky to be alive, God loves me so much," Vera Sidika wrote.
"I will be posting my surgery journey videos here, for those who have been thinking of getting booty surgery or changing anything on their bodies this might change your mind," she added.
Marete on her part advised women to avoid shortcuts and stay natural if they can't get good quality plastic surgery.
"If you can't afford good quality plastic surgery, then stay natural and stop taking dangerous shortcuts to set standards. Period. I'll never forget when this girl (Vera) lied to Larry that she paid $10,000 per breast in Beverly Hills as if breast augmentations are paid for boob by boob. Have you ever seen anyone go and get just one boob done? LOL. And then at the time I remember the most expensive breast augmentation in Beverly Hills was $15,000.
"Now it's a lot more but it was frustrating to see her lying because she knew people were ignorant. Your lies have caught up with you. You should be embarrassed but I wish you happy healing. You had a beautiful atrialnatural body. I wish you hadn't gotten illegal butt injections. K Michelle highlighted her struggle removing them the right way. You should do the same and be transparent. But that would be too much like doing the right thing, wouldn't it?" Marete wrote.
Marete's plastic surgeries
Miss Universe Kenya 2005 opened up about undergoing multiple plastic surgeries during an interview with Stevens Muendo last year.
Marete revealed that she had a massive 40 kilograms weight gain between 2018 and early 2019. As a former model, who never had weight issues before, it was a very hard time for her so she opted for cosmetic surgeries to lose weight.
“Mind you, I had all my weight gain after my plastic surgeries so people should know that it’s not a weight loss solution but just a way to enhance your figure. 5 years earlier I had liposuction sculpture to suck out all fat from my waist area and make my body look more voluptuous. I also had breast implants done. I ended up gaining the weight years after the surgery and had to work very hard to lose it the natural way”.
“I actually need to have my breasts redone because the weight gain and loss changed them so I want them how they were before. I always had an hourglass figure but it’s now more extreme and I love it,” she says, wondering what the fuss on plastic surgery is all about," Marete said.