AceShowbiz - Draya Michele gained both positive and negative feedback after modeling Rihanna's popular Savage x Fenty line on her Instagram Stories over the weekend. While many people praised her look, some other users were skeptical if her body was all natural.
Addressing the plastic surgery rumors, the 34-year-old took to her Twitter account to set things straight. While she admitted that she got breast augmentation surgery, the "Basketball Wives LA" star denied that she ever went under the knife for other procedures to enhance her look.
"For the record. I've never had lipo suction, s curve, fat transfer, and Brazilian butt lift.... for any confusion out there," she wrote, suggesting that her enviable curves is mostly the result of her workout sessions. She added, "There isn't a doctor out there that can take credit for anything on me except these boobs and that's dr david Kim BEVERLY HILLS plastic surgery."
But not everyone is buying it. Replying to her tweet, one fellow user wrote, "Season 2 of Basketball Wives LA say otherwise." Another pointed out that her old photos and videos could prove that she was lying, "Draya I luuuuh ya but staaaaahp them pics and videos on google don't lie."
Echoing the second commenter, another added, "Lolol sis shoulda deleted all the throwback pics off google before saying This. Exercise don't give you hips.. and that's that on that!"
Some others, however, believe her and noted that hormones play a big part in someone's body transformation. "I need people to realize that as women age, hips expand, boobs grow, and sometimes butts grow. If it doesn't, that's okay as well. It's just your genetic makeup, diet or lack of proper exercises. I know it's hard to get in these times but defined curves have always existed lol," one explained.
Another wrote, "Draya had another baby and then she go to the gym so I think it's possible for her to get heavy like that." A supportive fan posted, "We know best friend. You've never hid the plastic surgery you've had so there's no need for you to lie." Someone else told the naysayers, "And if she did that's her business."