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‘Mexican Kardashian’, 29, Dies After ‘Botched Butt-Lift Op’

OnlyFans model Joselyn Cano, who has been dubbed the “Mexican Kardashian” has died after undergoing an alleged botched butt-lift procedure. 

The model and online influencer, aged 29, had travelled to Columbia for the butt-lift procedure which is intended to give the appearance of a larger buttocks, reports claim.

Joselyn, who was based in Newport Beach, California, has a massive Instagram following of 12.9 million followers.

 

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Lira Mercer, a fellow influencer, broke the news of the model’s tragic death. She wrote: “Omg, Joselyn Cano died in Columbia getting surgery. That’s wild.”

The model’s funeral service was streamed online from California this week, reports The Sun.

A message on the stream read: “Joselyn entered this life in Wednesday, March 14, 1990.

“She entered into Eternal Life on Monday, December 7 2020.”

 

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Fellow influencers and many of Joselyn’s fans have paid tribute.

One wrote: “What the f**k? Joselyn Cano died from getting a Brazilian butt lift? Tht s**t crazy.”

Another added: “I just learned Joselyn Cano died from a butt-lift in Columbia.

“I loved talking to this woman. She was absolutely stunning.”

A third commented: “Rest in peace beautiful! A queen of social media.

“Blessings to heaven for you Joselyn Cano.”

In recent years, Brazilian butt-lifts have led to a number of deaths, due to its popularity soaring. Many are also travelling across the world so that they can have the surgery much cheaper elsewhere.

According to USA Today, a study has found that the death rate from the procedure is 3,000 times higher than any other cosmetic procedure.

Medical professionals have raised their concerns over the safety of the procedure. Complications can arise when fat is accidentally injected into the patient’s vein and enters into the bloodstream, this can cause potentially fatal blood clots.

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