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When Natasha come to The Doctors she said she wanted to have the biggest butt in the world and hoped for it to measure 100 inches. She told us that fat had been taken from her arms, back, and thighs in order to increase the size of her butt. She said she had never used implants or fillers to enhance her backside.
During the interview, she confessed that having such a large backside came with some downsides like not being able to run due to the size of her butt. She also said when she is on an airplane, she needs to purchase use two seats to accommodate her butt and sleeping on her back is impossible.
During her visit with us, she met with plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon, who weighed in on her desire to have a fourth butt lift. He acknowledges that technically a fourth procedure is possible, but he raised concerns about if it would be safe to undergo.
"You're really creating something unnatural," he told Natasha.
Despite the possible health and psychological concerns raised by The Doctors, she told us, "I'm doing this because I want to," and said she felt the possible risks in having another butt lift were worth it.
The Doctors encouraged her to take some time and really consider what they had discussed and also offered her future support and resources if needed. Natasha is still very active on social media, where she shares shots of her infamous backside.