A few weeks ago, Cardi B hit back at criticism over her decision to have plastic surgery after the birth of her baby Kulture and the news that she would be cancelling upcoming shows due to reported complications with some of her procedures.
On an Instagram Live video, she said: "I do whatever the f**k I want to do with my body, I don't have the time of day like you do".More news: Hidden rake surprises Spieth at US Open
"I been working out for the past 2 weeks cause [expletive] I ain't getting surgery again", she posted to Twitter on Wednesday. She said her "feet and stomach burn when [she] get [s] puffed up".
Cardi also recently shared a pretty shocking photo of her swollen feet after a flight-apparently a complication from her recent plastic surgeries.More news: Uber and Volvo unveil new self-driving SUV
Dr. Richard J. Brown, a plastic surgeon, who is not affiliated with Cardi, explained on Thursday to Page Six why the rapper's feet are blowing up. "And I get paid a lot of money, a lot of money for these shows". The singer admitted that she loves a lot of money and did not want to cancel concerts because of the operation. A lot of money. "I'm cancelling millions f*cking dollars in shows, but like, health is wealth so I have to do what I have to do".
In surgery, she was given strict guidelines for caring for her body after surgery. Doctors typically advise patients to be on bed rest following surgery, with gentle movement every hour to avoid blood clots. In surgery, she had another breast augmentation surgery. "I would also suggest an immediate scan of her leg veins".More news: South Africa beat Afghanistan by nine wickets
Here's to hoping Cardi sets an appointment with a doc ASAP, if she continues to have these uncomfortable surgical side effects.