Brielle Biermann Tells Haters to “F–k off” After Being Accused of Plastic Surgery for the Millionth Time!
Can a girl live? Brielle Biermann took to Instagram to share a cute photo with her boyfriend Michael Kopech over the weekend, but her followers seemed more focused on her face than the couple. And Brielle did not hesitate to clap back at her haters.
After some fans accused her of getting plastic surgery, the 21-year-old reality star went off in the comments section — and we don't blame her. “I did nothing but my lips," she wrote. "My face is fat right now I’m thicker than I usually am… Can all of u seriously f–k off?" She also responded on Twitter, where she created a "before and after thread" chronicling her "transformation" from the age of 13 to now. "People also grow up and as they grow up they change, they go thru puberty… if we all looked how we looked when we’re 14-18 we’d be ugly AF forever," she tweeted. "Now can we PLEASE talk about something else!!! I’m literally SO bored of this whole face reconstruction guessing game."
While Brielle vehemently denies going under the knife, she has nothing against plastic surgery. "It’s my face if I wanna get 37 surgeries on it I will! Bye,” she added. Tell 'em, girl! This is not the first time Brielle has had to respond to negative criticism on social media. Last year, she was accused of getting butt implants after she posted a sexy selfie on the platform. "Even if I wanted plastic surgery I could go get it done MYSELF w OUT my mom's permission," she wrote on Snapchat. "This a– is all real."
me at 20 (currently) ONLY MY LIPS PLS LEAVE ME ALONEE BYE pic.twitter.com/LV3ZZHmGQM
— Brielle Biermann (@BrielleZolciak) January 30, 2018
Her mom, Kim Zolciak, also came to her defense, adding, "There isn't an ounce of fat to use for butt implants." As for Brielle's augmented lips, which she has always been open about — unlike another famous reality star — Kim is also defending her daughter's decision. "She bothered me for five years about her lips. If it makes her happy, so be it," she told Us Weekly. "She is a leader, not a follower. Social media sucks. It’s been difficult. I try to monitor my girls’ accounts… but she can handle it better. She has confidence." Keep doing you, boo.