‘Mexican Kardashian’, 30, Dies After ‘Botched Butt-Lift Op’

OnlyFans model has died after an alleged botched butt-lift surgery.

  • Social media model Joselyn Cano, 30, has died of an alleged botched Brazillian butt-lift. 
  • The influencer has traveled to Colombia for the surgery, which turned fatal.
  • Butt-lift procedures are 3,000 times more deadly than any other cosmetic procedure, experts say.

 

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OnlyFans and Instagram model Joselyn Cano, also known as the Mexican Kardashian, has died on December 7. The 30-year-old California-based influencer has lost her life after getting severe Brazillian butt-lift complications, It’s Gone Viral reports.

According to reports, Cano has traveled to Colombia for a special procedure that was supposed to make her buttocks appear larger. This is a common body alternation in the world of online modeling.

 

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Joselyn’s massive fanbase of 12.9 million Instagram followers were shocked to hear the news of their favorite influencer’s unfortunate death. 

The news was broken in a Twitter post by fellow model Lira Mercer, who wrote: “Omg Joselyn Cano died in Colombia getting surgery, that’s wild.”

In a follow-up tweet, Mercer added: “She looked so good already wow prayers for her family she was so sweet.”

 

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As per The Sun, Cano’s funeral service was streamed online from California. A message on the stream read:

“Joselyn entered this life on Wednesday, March 14, 1990. She entered into Eternal Life on Monday, December 07, 2020.”

 

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After Joselyn’s shocking death, fans and fellow influencers have paid tribute. One of them wrote:

“Rest in peace beautiful! A queen of social media. Blessings to heaven for you Joselyn Cano.”

 

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Since social media influencing became a global trend, Brazillian butt-lift operations have become more popular than ever. Tragically, they have also led to a number of deaths.

USA Today reveals that according to scientists, the mortality rate from the procedure is 3,000 times higher than any other cosmetic procedure. Complications occur when the fat that is supposed to ‘lift’ the buttocks is accidentally injected into the patient’s vein and enters the bloodstream. This often leads to a tragic end.

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