Fans recently accused actress Salma Hayek of having breast augmentation – the 54-year-old was quick to put the rumours to rest.
In response to the reports, Hayek retorted: “I don’t blame them!”, but insisted that her breasts are real.
Why do people think Hayek had breast augmentation?
Social media users were quick to point out that Hayek’s cleavage has changed quite dramatically since her early career image.
Speaking to Jada Pinkett Smith on ‘Red Table Talk’, the actress admitted: “A lot of people said that I had breast augmentation. I don’t blame them! My boobs were smaller! So was the rest of my body.”
How did the actress debunk the rumour?
Quick to address the concept of fake breasts, Salma told Jada: “For some women, they get smaller. But there are some women that when you gain weight, your boobs grow, and other women that when you have children and you breastfeed your boobs grow and they don’t go back down, and then in some of the cases when you are in menopause, they grow again.”
Continuing, she added: “I just happen to be one of those women that it happened in every single step! When I gain weight, when I got pregnant and when I am in menopause.”
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Salma Hayek isn’t the only one who has shut down surgery rumours. A wealth of other celebs have also taken to social media and interviews to debunk reports.
Back in 2014, the former Nickelodeon star called out a magazine cover for stating that Ariana had undertaken a ‘boob job’.
In a video, the singer retaliated: “You’re comparing a picture of me from when I’m 14 years old to when I’m 21, and I’m wearing a push-up bra.”
Much like Hayek, Kim Kardashian saw changes to her body during pregnancy and childbirth.
Many thought that Kardashian had undertaken surgery in order to achieve her physique after giving birth – but Kim put these rumours to bed.
The reality star put it all down to “a product of a healthy diet, workout, and self-discipline.”
Singer Katy Perry has admitted to trying some cosmetic procedures, including filler injections under her eyes, but promised nothing major.
In 2018, the star spoke out: “I’ve done lasers and got [filler] injections under my eyes for the hollowing — which I’d recommend for everyone who wants a solution for their dark circles — but all of my assets are real. People tend to think they are fake, but it doesn’t really matter.”
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