Has Lala Anthony Received BBL?

LaLa Anthony has been suspected of receiving Brazilian butt lift (BBL) surgery because her butt looks completely unnatural these days. However, the 41-year-old television personality has not accepted the rumor yet.

Alani Nicole “LaLa” Anthony is an American television personality and actress who worked as an MTV VJ on Total Request Live in the early 2000s. Likely, she was a dean on Charm School with Ricki Lake, and also hosted the VH1 reality television reunion shows Flavor of Love, I Love New York, For the Love of Ray J, and Real Chance of Love.

Over the year, LaLa Anthony has been suspected of receiving numerous plastic surgery in order to have an attractive appearance. However, many people recently came to believe that her butt also looks completely unnatural. As a result, they are being curious to learn if she has received BBL surgery. Well, here is everything you need to know.

Previously, we discussed the plastic surgery efforts of Kimora Lee Simmons and Stunna Girl.

Lala Anthony Has Yet Not Admitted to Receiving BBL!

LaLa Anthony (@lala) previously attempted to motivate her followers in a video that sparked some backlash, including suspicions that the reality TV star had a Brazilian butt lift (BBL) surgery. It is a surgical technique in which undesirable fat from a specific location of the body is injected straight into the buttocks. In the United States, the operation might cost between $2,000 and $12,000.

LaLa Anthony' has never accepted receiving BBL. celebsindepth.comLaLa Anthony’ has never accepted receiving BBL.
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In the Instagram video, Anthony can be seen showing off in a brown bikini top with a fringe coverup on what looks to be a balcony. In addition to the video, the 41-year-old included an affirmation track about the necessity of understanding one’s own value. The track said,

You better stop letting these mother f–kers sleep on you like you ain’t god damn fine. Look at your fine a– looking fine as f–k today. You’re going to look fine as f–k tomorrow. Stop playing with these mother f–kers.

Anthony explained why she posted the video in her description, which appeared with the recording’s message. She said, “Sometimes we all need a reminder.” However, as admirers watched the video, many dismissed the model’s feelings and accused her of having surgery after zooming in on her physique. A few people even urged Anthony to remove her supposed surgeon’s phone number.

However, LaLa Anthony has yet not officially admitted to having any cosmetic procedures, including (BBL), but she previously did discuss how she keeps her toned shape in a 2017 interview with Hollywood Life. In addition to crediting her high-intensity activities, such as boxing, the mother of one emphasized the significance of eating a balanced diet. She explained,

With looking right, it’s mostly about your eating. And, I feel like a lot of us struggle with that. I’m trying to stay consistent in making better choices when it comes to food. I can’t say I’m always great at it, but I try to keep that in mind. You can’t work your a-s off in the gym and then just throw it all away by eating horrible.

LaLa Anthony Early Life & Career!

LaLa Anthony was born in the city of Brooklyn, New York. Her parents are of Puerto Rican ancestry but were born and raised in New York City. She was involved in a variety of activities as a child, but music remained her main focus. She attended Howard University and majored in communications, but she did not graduate.

LaLa Anthony is of mixed ethnicity. celebsindepth.comLaLa Anthony is of mixed ethnicity.
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The 41-year-old television personality began working in radio at the age of 15 at WHTA-FM, HOT 97.5 in Georgia. She also hosted Future Flavas alongside rapper/actor Ludacris after a brief job at that station while still in high school. And at the age of 19, she went on to co-host The B-Syde on Los Angeles’ 92.3 The Beat. She left the station in 2001 to co-host MTV‘s Direct Effect and Total Request Live. But she left MTV in 2003.

Similarly, LaLa Anthony was a producer of Mike Tyson‘s documentary Tyson, which won the Regard Knockout Award in France and was shown at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival. In the feature picture, she collaborated with director/producer Brett Ratner. Furthermore, she has also appeared in films such as Two Can Play That Game, Think Like a Man, and Baggage Claim, as well as television shows such as NYC 22 and Single Ladies. Later, she participated in the off-Broadway production of Love Loss and What I Wore in October 2011.