Influencer Jay Boogie, who identifies as transgender, is begging for financial assistance after experiencing a health emergency after cosmetic surgery.
Daniel Anthony Nsikan, a well-known figure on social media in Nigeria, experienced significant renal damage and sepsis following a Brazilan Butt Lift and 360 Lipo treatments on October 30. Boogie is in severe need of financial support for her recuperation from surgery.
"Please give me another opportunity at life! If not for [myself], then at least for my four siblings, for whom I am the only source of income and support," Jay Boogie wrote to his 234k Instagram followers.
MadameNoire claims that Boogie's procedures were carried out at CGE Healthcare in Lagos, Nigeria, which is purportedly owned by Dr. Chidinma Akpa. According to MadameNoire, Boogie posted pictures and videos online that showed his pursuit of the pinnacle of feminine beauty.
In a post from Nov. 17, Boogie said, "I honestly need sincere and genuine help. The test results state my health is deteriorating. I've battled with acute kidney injury and more, and I have had a plasmapheresis, yet I'm still unstable."
In an Instagram post on November 18, Boogie accused CGE Healthcare of lying, saying that the beauty influencer "made good progress with his kidney recovery."
MadameNpire claims that CGE Healthcare stated that there was no "indication of need for a kidney transplant" in a different post.
According to Jay Boogie, the medical facility won't accept accountability for harm caused by elective surgeries that alter the body.
According to earlier reports on EUR, people looking to improve their derriere resort to Brazilian butt lift surgery, a process that uses liposuction to remove extra fat from other parts of the body and transfer it to the buttocks.
"Liposuction is used to remove fat cells from the abdomen, hips, thighs, or lower back," board-certified plastic surgeon George Bitar, MD, of Washington, DC, explains to SELF. "To help patients achieve their desired size and shape, the extracted fat is then purified and strategically injected into specific parts of the derriere."
In Miami, board-certified plastic surgeon Alex Earle, MD, who also serves as president of the World Association of Gluteal Surgeons, stated: "BBLs have a significant impact on body contouring, transforming someone's shape in ways that aren't achievable with butt exercises alone."
BBLs have grown to be a billion-dollar business, but because of the spate of recent allegations of patient deaths associated with the treatment, they have also earned the moniker the most deadly cosmetic procedure.