Doctor reveals adverse effect of women injecting seasoning cubes for bigger butts
A medical doctor has revealed that a number of women now inject seasoning cubes into their butt to make it bigger.
The doctor who goes by the name, Silas Joy,MD @officialsilasMD on Twitter shared an old video of a documentary where women who are involved in the practice opened up about injecting seasoning cubes with the hopes that the sodium and oil in it will make their butt larger.
He warned of the adverse effects of such practice, stating that it can lead to hypertension.
In series of tweets, he wrote : “Stop pumping seasoning cubes into your anus to widen your buttocks. It is not safe. Women inject this cubes with the hope that the salt and oil content will expand their tissues behind making them appear larger and rounder. It can lead to Hypertension.
“If you crush the seasoning cubes which contains largely salt and inject it into your anus, the lining of the anus would absorb a huge portion of that salt into your bloodstream.
“Excess salt in the bloodstream is a major contributor to hypertension, especially in Africans. A person, in theory, can develop hypertension from this practice.
“Somebody said you all had no idea until my post so I should delete. I can’t post the video here due to Medico-legal reasons.
“All I’m concerned about is the health of those who are doing it. I didn’t tweet this with the intention to teach women how to inject seasoning cubes. Tnks
Stop pumping seasoning cubes into your anus to widen your buttocks. It is not safe.
Women inject this cubes with the hope that the salt and oil content will expand their tissues behind making them appear larger and rounder
It can lead to Hypertension
This is why. A THREAD pic.twitter.com/Hs1zFoTtuZ
— Silas Joy, M.D. ➐ (@officialsilasMD) March 31, 2021
Below is the documentary of the women who are involved in such act:
These Congolese women are injecting chicken stock into their butts in hopes of making them look bigger. pic.twitter.com/QgYrXpfc6G
— VICE (@VICE) July 20, 2018