Shut down! Bebe Rexha responded to butt and nose plastic surgery rumors and the singer is here to say it’s not true. She appeared on the cover of Health magazine for their June 2019 issue and set the record straight about going under the knife.
“I think it’s funny,” the 29-year-old surprisingly admitted to the publication. “My friend’s a stylist, and he works with other people in the industry, and they’ve talked about my butt, not knowing he’s my best friend. They’re like, ‘It’s so fake.’ And he’s like, ‘I’ve known this girl forever; that ass is not fake.'” Just to be clear, Bebe assured, “I’ve never had my butt done. I’ve never had my nose done.”
“Actually, I have a deviated septum, and I keep getting sinus infections, and I’m scared to get that [fixed] … I’m scared to go under the knife — I don’t want it to mess up my nose!” the “Meant to Be” singer confessed.
The blonde beauty is known for always keeping it real with fans. That’s also her outlook on the decision to alter her body. “If I got work done, I would definitely say it,” she divulged. However, that’s not to say that she’s against plastic surgery or that she would never undergo a procedure. She noted, “I definitely want to get my boobs lifted one day. If it makes me feel better and sexy? I’m like, do whatever you want.”
The “I’m a Mess” artist also got a bit vulnerable about her struggle with body image because she was “thicker” at a young age. She even revealed that her managers tried to get her to lose 20 pounds when she first entered the industry. “I see pop stars who are super thin. I could definitely get there. I’ve done it before, where I was 120-something pounds — and I was just miserable,” she explained. “I was always cold, never eating; I had no ass. Now I look at those pictures like, ‘Oh my God, I was so skinny.’ But I wouldn’t go back there.”
She’s making strides every day to appreciate the beautiful body she has. The songbird continued, “I went through a point of really not liking myself, and I still have my moments — but I just started trying to be nice to myself and doing things every day. I walk around the house in just underwear and a bra. My therapist told me, ‘You should walk around naked; it helps.’ I’m like, ‘I can’t do that yet!'”
Thanks for keeping it real, Bebe.