Kelly Rowland Admits To Having Breast Implants

posted by Sista on March 5th, 2008 at 10:09 pm

 kelly rowland green bikini002 Kelly Rowland Admits To Having Breast Implants Singer Kelly Rowland admits in the lastest issue of People Magazine that she did indeed have her breasts enlarged. Kelly went from a size A cup to a B cup and denies the rumor that she did it to compete with fellow Destiny’s Child member, Beyonce. Rather, Kelly says she did it to simply feel more beautiful and to fit into more fashionable clothing. And as for those rumors of her posing for Playboy, Playboy released a statement today denying Kelly would be featured in their magazine, but did say if she was willing they’d be game. You can check out the “Body Watch” section of the latest issue of People Magazine to read more about Kelly’s decision to go bigger, as well as video from E Television on the next page, where Kelly goes into greater detail about her decision to come forward about her surgery.



71 Comments

  1. Good for her. An A Cup is as small as they come. She looks good too. At least she didn’t go all Pamela Anderson on us. :thumbsup:

  2. denies the rumor that she did it to compete with fellow Destiny’s Child member, Beyonce.

    Beyonce ain’t got no titties either :lol:

  3. ^^^ Ain’t that the truth Dana?!!! :lol:

    Cool that she admitted it cause she didn’t really have to. Not very much of a difference. I would’ve chalked it up to getting older cause you know that’s when hips spread and that little bit of weight naturally pops up. It did for me, that’s why I work out daily to keep it under control. I use to think about a boob job but thank the Lord I waited- my girls are naturally nice!!! :cool:
    Plus, just think when and if I ever have kiddies…. umm, that’s would’ve been a bit much.
    Anyways, Kelly looks good.

  4. i’m not surprised other websites have been reporting this for weeks. and her self esteem seems so low that i doubt this will be the last thing she does.

  5. At least they’re not ridiculously huge. A flat chest is so unappealing (IMO)!

    Besides, she needed something extra to compete with all of these big fake breasts and booties (in Hollywood) coming out of no where :lol2:

  6. I like her new boobs…I’m a B cup and size 2 and wanted to get bigger when I was younger (I’m almost 25) but I’ve grown to love my body very much and like Nne I’m afraid that these babies will get too big after I pop out a kid or 2. Anyhooo, I used to be an essential oil freak…donno if there is anyone out there needing a home remedy-natural enhancement but I used a mixture of 1 part Geranium oil and 2 parts Ylang ylang when I was 16 and moved from A to B. I used to mix it right before bed in my palms at the most 2drops of G-4 of Y….rub palms together and massage…I did it mostly because of my asymetry and it worked really well. I need to note that I got my first period about the same time (16) and the jump might have been caused by the hormones..IDK…I just grew…ohh and umm the mixture stinks…and you gotta put on a body cream to prevent stretch marks because you WILL grow. I would also advice that you research it further since I have lost my books and am no longer the Oil-guru I used to be. :hifive: :brownsista:

  7. Kelly is an idiot with severe self esteem issues. First she does not want to be dark, then she gets fake breasts, no wonder she will never be sucessful.

  8. I have zero problems with that, good for her for not being ashamed. Come one now, many a girl wants a nice set. I don’t think it’s some big self-esteem issue (Not that I asked Kelly or anything), but the woman just wanted something to bounce. I peeked at the pic, that’s one hell of a B-cup. Somebody will be looking at their Victoria’s Secret Catalog next time.

  9. Black British Girl

    My first thoughts were…”Pathetic”….I too believe Kelly has self-esteem issues….but to put an alien object in your body is too extreme for me…the body is created to attack things that do not belong….To feel more beautiful..NONSENSE…what next Kizzy…..bigger bum, smaller nose, wider hips ….foolishness….she is not the first or last woman to have a small chest and the comment about weight and age is so true….I ahve friends who have lived their lives with small chests but as we are getting into our mid 20’s bodies are changing….Whatever…this has made me so less interested in her….

  10. People may call her sorry for having breasts implants, but reality is that’s the ultimate symbol of feminity. Therefore if a woman has breasts like 12 year old kid it’s normal for her not to feel woman enough. Nobody knocked Megan Good for doing so, I totally respect Kelly’s choice, long as a chick doesn’t look like a bimbo, I’m all for it.

    As for a problem with complexion, tell me what dark-skinned black person, man and woman, didn’t have self-esteem issues based on their skin tone? The black community itself makes you feel worthless if you’re “blue black”. You don’t know how Kelly was raised and what she heard as a kid that made her feel bad about her skin color. Black people know, we’re partly to blame for this, the media does a great job tearing us apart, but we’re definitely helping them.

  11. Dana, :iagree: with you, Beyonce breast are not that big either, the dresses that she wears just accentuate them.

  12. I actually think Kelly looks great. No matter what she does, somebody is going to talk about her. We are often very mean and harsh to her, and she is constantly compared to Beyonce. I think they are equally as beautiful but in very different ways. But hey, beauty is in the eye of the beholder so what do I know.

    I would like larger breasts myself, but I don’t consider myself to have low self-esteem. She’s a good woman. She’s not out here acting crazy or strung out on drugs. I don’t think she owes any of us an explanation.

  13. [quote comment="22534"]I actually think Kelly looks great. No matter what she does, somebody is going to talk about her. We are often very mean and harsh to her, and she is constantly compared to Beyonce. I think they are equally as beautiful but in very different ways. But hey, beauty is in the eye of the beholder so what do I know.

    I would like larger breasts myself, but I don’t consider myself to have low self-esteem. She’s a good woman. She’s not out here acting crazy or strung out on drugs. I don’t think she owes any of us an explanation.[/quote]
    :iagree:

  14. She looks good. It’s only a subtle difference (they ain’t DDs) and quite complementary to her small frame. Do you! :dance:

  15. Yeah.. right Kelly.
    Lots of designer clothing is made for women with larger breasts. That’s exactly why they have rail thin European girls walking down runways. LOL

    Go back and try again.

  16. Personally, I am not a fan of breast implants, or any form of plastic surgery (if its not health related). But, its her body and she can do with it what she pleases. Competition is fierce in the entertainment industry, and I guess this is what one has to result to in order to keep up. However, they do look good on her… :smile:

  17. First she’s too dark, now breast implants… What’s next? She’ll lighten her skin?

    OK MICHAEL JACKSON!!!

  18. @ LOLA
    I am a dark skinned woman and I have never had an issue with my complexion. It is all about self-esteem, I couldn’t care less about what someone else thinks about me because I love myself.

  19. [quote comment="22548"]@ LOLA
    I am a dark skinned woman and I have never had an issue with my complexion. It is all about self-esteem, I couldn’t care less about what someone else thinks about me because I love myself.[/quote]

    Exaclty. Will all the dark sistas and brothers in the house raise their hands!!I am aware of the fact that many dark-skinned ppl have been insecure because of their skin and want to lighten their skin tone but this black sista has not been bitten by that bug. Ebony queen

  20. @Lola,

    I’m raising mine. I am dark-skinned and I have never had issues about it. In fact, I’m one of the strange ones who has always had a strong preference for–and attraction to dark skin. Its really about how your family raises you and what they instill in you.

    Funny thing about it is that i’ve had black men –ummm really dumb ones–tell me “ya know–I don’t usually like dark women..but there is something about you…”

    My answser” ya know…I don’t usually date dumb men who say dumb things—and I’m not about to start…”

    It is sad. I think Kelly is a very pretty girl, but I’m telling you, she was doomed the moment she started hanging out with the creole obsessed Knowles clan. I speak from experience, in Creole families, light skin takes on a whole new meaning.

  21. Kelly said she used to feel that way when she was younger. Why do people say she hates herself, I don’t think so. In the very same article (of when she talked about her skin) she said she now loves it and doesn’t feel that way any more. How come people talk like she still feels that way? :|

  22. She can never compete with Beyonce, so I do not think that is true. She needs to be the one acting more and not Bayonce. Her music is not hot!

  23. @Nefertari,

    The response you made about dating DUMB men is absolutely CLASSIC.

    @MZN,

    You should Google “The Floacist”, a website I visit quite often. It has great information on Michael Jackson. Scroll down and pay close attention to the right of the page and click on “Vitiligo Photo: Vitiligo/and or Lupus Michael Jackson”; Michael really does have Vitiligo, he did not bleach his skin; that`s ludicrous. Also this is a great website from another beautiful BLACK SISTA that deserves to be supported along with BROWN SISTA.

    Peace

  24. good that she keeps it real i cannot stand liars those that takes credit for what they did not do or those that make up stories just to make themselves interesting…

  25. Tell me what dark-skinned black person, man and woman, didn’t have self-esteem issues based on their skin tone?

    ahem euh my sister is african jamaican and chinese but my mama is dark so my sista is dark and she had 0 problem with it her entire life!
    some people dont even feel the whole dark skin vs light skin problem as an impact on their life its that simple…..
    so iyo she is pathetic but imo she is at least to be given props because she didnt hide it like some people wear butt pad but will swear up and down that their booty get flat in between two different bikinis or weeks….

  26. @Nefertari. That was me saying that all black sis and bros should raise their hands. But it’s all good. As long as we can loudly that we are black and damn proud of it, i’m cool.

    @Lola, i’m not ganging up on you, but i think it was a biiiiiiiig mistake to generalise the dark-skin insecurities.

    @kelly’s new girlfirends, i must admit that i was a lil disappointed when i read that she had implants. I really really really wanted to believe that she had just gained weight. Anywho, it’s not my body so she can do whatever she wants with it to make her happy.

  27. She had to admit it because there’s no way to deny it. I don’t know. Why’d she do it? :sad: I hope she feels “more beautiful”. :sad: And she “fits into more fashionable clothing”….

    WAIT A MINUTE. I’m thinking of the runway, the Gucci, the Dolce, the Prada, the Versace…aren’t most of those models flat-chested? :lol:

    Still, it’s her own prerogative. Kudos to her for putting it out there (although the proof is in the visuals), but still, :sad:

  28. So does this mean she got her nostrils done too??? :confused: I wonder………

  29. Nef Chocolatepeach

    @kirah

    Sorry sis I misread the post.

  30. I say way to go Kelly!! I have been contemplating this surgery myself and just wanted to go to a nice comfortable B cup. After 2 pregnancies…where did the boobies go? I don’t think she did it competitively, like she says in People, she feels complete. I have never been ‘FOR’ plastic surgery when done for the wrong reasons. But I can’t get it out of my mind…i think i’m going to do it, with further research that is.

  31. [quote comment="22603"]@kirah

    Sorry sis I misread the post.[/quote]
    We’re cool :hifive: :brownsista:

  32. hi I’m new to the whole comment thing, I come to this website everyday but never comment but today I feel that I have to today. First of all to the author I simply love your website keep up the good work, and to all of you sistas i really enjoy reading your comments because even though there “argument” sometimes you all actually have valid opinions and say whats on your mind, not a bunch of bull**** like some but anyway about Kelly and her not wanting to be dark honestly I don’t think that she should feel that way, she is beautiful there is nothing wrong with her, I think that there are a lot of dark sistas out there that are beautiful. I am a brown skinned person but my mom is dark she told me that when she was younger people used to tease her about her skin color but what I see is true beauty and not because she is my mother, I see that in everybody. Now about the implants, I am totally against them but if she feels that she needs them then why not theres really no harm done, she just wants her chest bigger, not to sound funny or anything but I think it really complments (sorry I am a really bad speller) her well. I really don’t want to try to slam anyone who has a negative view on her I just feel that it had to be said. Like I said this is my first and last comment sorry I’m behind the times but every one have a blessed day and I truly think that you all are beautiful brown and dark sistas. :bowdown: :bowdown: :bowdown:

  33. Ok, I take back my words, not ALL dark-skinned people, AND SORRY TO WHOEVER I MAY HAVE OFFENDED, but are most dark-skinned people confident about their skin? I’m not dissing anyone at all, but I’m just being honest about what I see. I’m aware there are people with skin complex in all shades, but the “light is right/dark is wack” media brainwashing got the masses believing that.

    It’s no secret that this is a problem in the black and indian communities, hence so many people buying bleaching products to this day, and many africans (and indians) who can afford them having skin cancer. Hence most men running after light skinned/non-black women, because they buy into the media European standards. In india, the “white indians” are considered superior to the “black indians” (most female stars are as light as Ashwarya Rai). This is also a big issue in east asian cultures. “The lighter the better, especially for females”. This is a worldwide poison. Women like Tweet, Missy, Naomi, have all been vocal about it.

    Thing is, we don’t know Kelly’s story, so instead of being mad at her for hating herself, I think the best thing to do is just hope she’ll accept herself. Childhood and adolescence build the adult and they rarely manage to change that’s why it’s still a problem in the black community. Kelly has been surrounded all her life by color struck people. What was she told on and on? What was she taught? How was she treated? Most dark skinned ppl I’ve known have been raised to hate themselves, especially a friend of mine, it has been instilled in her since childhood that she was dirty, too dark, monkey-ish and so on. When you’ve been brainwashed like that for the 18 first years of your life, changing your state of mind is hard work. She’s 26 and still struggling to this day. And of course that’s “pathetic”, but what can I say, that disease in our community (and others) is living and ill. I hope I didn’t offend anyone again, but I know you guys remember the video “A GIRL LIKE ME” by Kiri Davis.

  34. Black British Girl

    The designer dresses excuse just hit me…Like someone else commented before Designer dresses are made for rail thin women, I dont see anybody on the catwalk with minus A size breasts let along B’s or DD’s…Like I said whatever…. Kelly just really irritates me now…everytime you hear about her you wantr her to be succesful andstep oit of the shadows..b.ut it seems she is quite content ridign on DC fame…!

  35. @Lola,

    Sis I think it depends on who you are, where you live, and how you were raised.

    I sunbathe. I literally lay on my deck in the sun wearing shorts and a halter and soak in sun in the summer months. I have always wanted to be a deep ebony-blue complexion rather than brown. I just think its very beautiful. But I was raised to think that. My husband is a honey-hue. I called him “honey dipped”. His complexion is beautiful as well. I have one chocolate son, two brown sons, and one son who has the reddish coloring of my father. They are all beautiful.

    The more we address the issue with out children, the better it will get for all of us. We come in a lot of shades and they are all beautiful.

  36. @ Nefertari, you’re right sis. And believe me, posts like yours and the others actually give me hope. I’m really really glad and relieved to read here that some dark-skinned people are proud of their complexion and have never been ashamed of it, in spite of the sick propaganda of the media and society, because not only are you gorgeous but you age beautifully!

  37. I LOVE MY DARK SELF! I personally, never had a problem.I love all the hues of black folks…go to South Africa and there are such a variety. People love yourself, whatever color. LOL

  38. LOVE THY SELF!NOBODY IS GOING TO LOVE YOU BETTER THAN YOU .

  39. @Lola, My mom has 7 sisters. Of the 7, only one of my aunts is very dark skinned. She is an absolutely gorgeous woman, 6ft tall, statuesque, cat eyes (as in slanted not light colored). She is the spitting image of my mother–but my mother is lighter complexioned. As gorgeous as she is–she has extremely low self esteem because she is dark. Its odd because as a child I always thought she was the “pretty aunt”. I didn’t learn until I grew up that she didn’t feel beautiful. They are from the South and in the south people were cruel about color–especially in creole families.

    Its tragic, because the woman is stunning–but she is now in her mid 50’s. If she doesn’t know it by now, she never will.

  40. I think it shows she is very insecure and shallow. Shouldn’t we be focusing on her music and not her boobs? Personally, I think its disgusting that people want to shove foreign objects into their bodies and call it normal.
    Maybe she should have tried loving herself. Every body is different and beautiful. The uniqueness makes us human and contributes to our spirit—and not brainless plastic barbie dolls. I feel sorry for her. She should concentrate on her God given talent and not be so sad with the other things He’s given her. God help Hollywood.

  41. I`ll echo the idea of love yourself brothas & sistas. Aferall BLACK is NATURAL to the planet; it`s cosmogony. Everything and ALL people come from BLACKNESS. Do you not realize that we are in tune with nature and dance an endless rhythmic dance? Our MELANIN is what makes us a unique people and is the root cause of why we are widely hated by whites. Yet in their most private moments they envy us and desire to be like us. Why do you think they go to the beach to SUN TAN? They even now have sun tan machines to give them a desired effect. We come in all shades from BLUE BLACK to HIGH YELLOW; a rainbow of colors in the universe. So be PROUD my brothas & sistas and don`t let the mainstream media demean our BEAUTY!!

  42. Amen to the getting older attributing to breast growth. I’ve always had small breasts for my size. But out of nowhere my hubby kept telling me my breasts were gettin bigger. Lol i really didnt believe him but if he were imaginin things i certainly didnt mind. At first i didn’t notice but wow 2 yrs later you can really tell the difference.

  43. @Nefe you is right on. I am light skinned sister and my mother (rip) taught me to respect all colors if your white or black. My color skin is no better then others. It how u been raised. My group of friends that i hang out with all shape and sizes and i love everyone of them. I think kelly is a beautiful woman with alot of class to her it sad if she do not feel beautiful. Have to play background or be tan to make someone look lighter that is not fair. But there alot of light skinned woman do not like there self either. Just love yourself and be happy and live your life.

  44. Didn’t we all know she had this done. To me she needed it…..and she look even better. I think it just enhanced her beauty.

  45. Oh please this don’t have nothing to do with skin color. Kelly just got implants because she wanted bigger breast.

  46. They all do it in Hollywood – that’s why it’s called hollywod – they are all hollow A.K.A fake. Kelly’s personality is as fake as her new boobs. She never give props to her real mother in her interviews, everything is “Matthew & Tina Knowles” like she’s Beyonce or something thanking HER mom and dad. Kelly please.

  47. (As a Kelly Rowland look-a-like) I think Kelly is an absolutely gorgeous woman. I don’t think plastic surgery is for me, but I have nothing against those who do it, long as it is tasteful… and her new puppies look pretty tasteful and suit her body type. My greatest advice about Kelly would be that she stop measuring her beauty by comparing herself to other women – including Beyonce – and appreciate living in the luxury chocolate skin God gave her. I think she should focus on finding her true self and being satisfied within, instead of following in the footsteps of Beyonce, chasing a lost solo artist dream. She’s one of the most beautiful women in Hollywood, but sadly, she fails to realize it… TEAM KELLY :banana:

  48. I too was disappointed to read that she got implants but hey, it’s her body. i’m just glad they are not huge. I don’t think they necessarily “inhanced” her beauty. She’s beautiful with or without them. Big breasts don’t make a woman beautiful. I admired the fact that she was comfortable with an a cup but I guess not.

  49. I am an A cup and a size two, and I am secure with my size and body frame. Like one of the commentators said, women in their 20’s (as myself,) our bodies are still changing. I currently have no children, but I know that my breasts will enlarge when breeding. Heck, they enlarge when my cycle is about to come. No matter what your physical makeup is, God made us in HIS likeness and image, and I wouldn’t change anything about my body ( surgically) for anything. If we as human beings can love ourselves for who we are, then there would not be any self-esteem problems. Not knocking Kelly’s decision, but yes, she is a beautiful woman, but it is her body, so we should not judge her. What we think matters none. The choice she made is already done and she has to live with that. Still love ya Kelly.

  50. Uhm, Those aren’t “B” cup size breasts, she is a C cup. I’m certain she did at least a 325cc implant. From the looks of the above picture. Protrusion and cleavage (mind you the bikini is not a padded bikini). If she’s saying that’s a “B”, she must mean CCC because she is definitely a C. And honestly, I’ve never heard her say anything about self esteem before. If she wanted to get it done, so be it. And when press asked her, if she did, she should have just said “Yup”… No explanation, no saying what her new “size” is… She was a low B to begin with…

  51. [quote comment="22658"]@Lola, My mom has 7 sisters. Of the 7, only one of my aunts is very dark skinned. She is an absolutely gorgeous woman, 6ft tall, statuesque, cat eyes (as in slanted not light colored). She is the spitting image of my mother–but my mother is lighter complexioned. As gorgeous as she is–she has extremely low self esteem because she is dark. Its odd because as a child I always thought she was the “pretty aunt”. I didn’t learn until I grew up that she didn’t feel beautiful.

    They are from the South and in the south people were cruel about color–especially in creole families.

    Its tragic, because the woman is stunning–but she is now in her mid 50’s. If she doesn’t know it by now, she never will.[/quote]

    It’s definitely tragic. Reminds me of my friend that I was talking about earlier, it’s her family that made her feel low all her life too because they’re all light, and the sad part is, I believe they did it out of jealousy, she’s the most educated and most successful out of all her siblings and cousins and also the prettiest girl in the family. I hope she’ll get over those insecurities!!

  52. With all the side affects & health risks involved with such a surgery why sistas would you take that risk? (i.e. Donda West, RIP) True, we are all free moral agents;but is it really worth the risks? Love yourselves Sistas, think about it. The mind is a powerful thing.

  53. Carvin Johnson

    [quote comment="22547"]First she’s too dark, now breast implants… What’s next? She’ll lighten her skin?

    OK MICHAEL JACKSON!!![/quote]
    Michael Jackson? WTF ARE U SERIOUS?? :lol2: Lmao@u!!! :loser: Do us all a favor and kill yaself..She said she felt that she should do so because of what was goin on at the moment. She even said she use to eat BIG to gain weight like Beyonce. Of course the pressure wouldve eventually got to her. If u were in her shoes u would do it too. Dont do her.

  54. Kelly is a beautiful woman, and imo she didn’t need implants. I don’t agree with her reasons for getting them, but I can understand her self-esteem issues, and ultimately she’s the one living with her decision. As far as what’s beautiful, I think beauty is an opinion, everyone has a personalized viewpoint on what’s attractive and what’s not.

  55. I hav always adored Kelly…. all legs and lips (a cute gazelle) and then this!!!!!!!!!!!
    Kelly got her pluses so i’ll never believe she did it to out compete Beyonce. I just think she got “some wrong advice”. Remember that “mother of a famous rap superstar” RIP.
    May be bcoz i’m male, but i kinda prefer natural boobs (size not withstanding). The thought of holding/looking at a “balloon” is an absolute turn off.

  56. May be bcoz i`m male, but i kinda prefer natural boobs (size not withstanding). The thought of holding/looking at a “balloon” is an absolute turn off.

    :iagree: Speak on it brother, speak on it!!! :noway:

  57. Its not only her breast, her nose appears alot more “white” (i.e: narrowed) also. Yes indeed Ms.Rowland has self esteem issues, which is quite sad, I wish she’d get to a place in her life where she’s comfortable in her own skin. Shes hardly a role model

  58. She looks great! She got to do her! but don’t use that clothing to large excuse ya want bigger titties just say so..Umm why couldn’t she ask Beyonce’s mom to make her some better fitting tops. LOL :brownsista:

  59. I wouldn’t trade my pretty brown skin for anything in the world. Society, including black folks, constantly sends the message that a black woman has to have a light complexion to be beautiful. Wrong! Wrong! Wrong! Like Nefertiti says, no matter what society tells you, what really matters is how you see yourself. And, by the way, most of the people I consider incredibly beautiful have lots of melanin in their skin, e.g., Kelly Rowland, Michelle Obama, Angela Bassett, etc. —- and, I won’t even start to mention all of the beautiful brown brothers out there. I’d be writing all day long!

  60. I agree with you pat there is alot of beautiful brown people out there. My circle of friend is all colors and shapes. Im light skinned woman my skin color is so better than nobody else. It how there personility is. It a seem lately i see this light skinned and dark skinned fued on all this website. I alway love dark skinned brother. LOVE THEM I THINK THEY R THE BEST THING WALKING IS A DARK SKINNED MAN MMMMM.

  61. I do believe that Kelly has some self esteem issues and have thought that long before “now” the Implants. but I say good for Kelly on that I am a fan of her music as well as destiny childs music as a whole. And I think if Kelly let go of whatever is holding her back than she can be just as big if not bigger than Beyonce’. maybe these breast will put that bounce to her ounce that she needs. I wish her many blessings and I hope she blow up the music industy her $H!T IS REALLY GOOD,!! I mean really Have you Really LIstened to her music.. That Sh!t makes u wanna do sumthin! LOL…

  62. I saw a magazine at the grocery store today and Kelly was on the front cover with the caption “Why I got breast implants”. For the first time, it really annoyed me. I mean 90% of hollywood has fake parts so why would she feel the need to be all over the tabloids explaining herself? She could have just said “doesn’t everybody?” and kept \stepping.

    I’m open to criticism of the above. But that is what I felt when I saw it on the newsstand.

  63. I do not care . I’m happy she is not hypocrite enough to make us believe it is her own ,when we can bring pics from the back , i wish she could just go away on a retreat find herself and come back to smash them with some good music….

  64. @I was told big breasts will come from genetics or implants. The bust plus pills and chest exercises dont work.

    But u say your mixture [1 part Geranium oil+ 2 parts Ylang ylang ] I need to note that] works?[quote comment="22511"]I like her new boobs…I’m a B cup and size 2 and wanted to get bigger when I was younger (I’m almost 25) but I’ve grown to love my body very much and like Nne I’m afraid that these babies will get too big after I pop out a kid or 2. Anyhooo, I used to be an essential oil freak…donno if there is anyone out there needing a home remedy-natural enhancement but I used a mixture of 1 part Geranium oil and 2 parts Ylang ylang when I was 16 and moved from A to B. I used to mix it right before bed in my palms at the most 2drops of G-4 of Y….rub palms together and massage…I did it mostly because of my asymetry and it worked really well. I need to note that I got my first period about the same time (16) and the jump might have been caused by the hormones..IDK…I just grew…ohh and umm the mixture stinks…and you gotta put on a body cream to prevent stretch marks because you WILL grow. I would also advice that you research it further since I have lost my books and am no longer the Oil-guru I used to be. :hifive: :brownsista:[/quote]

  65. Kelly Rowland has some serious self esteem issues. In a way, I think she wants and wishes she looked like Beyonce. She admires Beyonce too much to the point of obsession.

  66. To Chey,
    Woah,y do u all say she has self esteem issues? She like so many others ladies stupidly got implants.

    When has she ever said she wants 2 look like bk?

    Kelly grew up w bk so they’re close. Kelly compliments bk & bk compliments kelly. Where do u get obsession from ?

  67. Kelly has had issues with her self esteem for awhile now. I can imagine it only got worst by being raised in the Knowles’ home. Where they pride themselves on their color. Farrah(old member of DC) has stated many times in magazine interviews as well as TV interviews that she and all the girls were made to tan, except Beyonce’. The other two ex members also admitted to this. And we all know that children’s minds soak up things like a sponge. Sometimes we as parents forget that we owe every child, especially, black children ( not just our own seeds) ,the knowledge that they are beautiful. Not just in certain shades. And truthfully, it wouldn’t be a lie. We are beautiful!!! Non-blacks spend more money trying to look like us than some pathetic blacks spend to look like them. Be it surgery or tanning. I just feel the need to pray for Kelly. She is so beautiful and doesn’t even realize it. She’s even had her nose done. She needs to do nothing else. She really didn’t need anything done from the start. Because next she will be bleaching herself and I think I will probably go from prayers to prayers filled with tears, because this means that not only does she not like herself, but she will not like or respect any one who is of the same hue or darker than herself. And we’ve already got too many color struck black folks already.

  68. @Louisiana Momma said: I do remember Farah saying that, I didnt believe it. When did LeToya & LeTavia confirm?
    Also y do the Knowles have a color complex? Tina married Matthew who is darker. & Solange isnt light. Among them all only Tina could pass.

    U sure she did her nose? She has admitted 2 her implants so y hide her nose job?

  69. I’m almost positive she got her nose changed, too. I don’t think she ever confirmed it. I was looking at it a while back because I was looking at Ethnic Rhinoplasty and considering having it done in the future. No Self-Hate involved.

  70. @Majesa : Do u hav pics that make u think so?
    What is ethnic rhinoplasty? A websit?
    Y do u want 2 cut your nose?

  71. @ lilkunta: There are a lot of comparison pics floating around, and I pretty much just looked at a lot of her past pictures and her new ones. When I say Ethnic Rhinoplasty I was looking for cases where ethnic people had the surgery done but didn’t go for the Caucasian/European look. I was basically just doing a ton of research on plastic surgery for ethnic people.

    I don’t want to cut my nose off. :lol: There are just times when I think it looks odd, it probably stems from some stupid comments made when I was younger. I don’t lose sleep over it, but if I ever become quite rich and annoyed I might consider a very slight change.