Queen Naija is keeping it all the way real when it comes to her post-baby body.
Instead of pretending that her snapback was au naturale, the Detroit-native recently revealed that she got a tummy tuck and BBL (brazilian butt lift) after giving birth to her second child earlier this year.
We caught up with the Karma singer at the BET Awards where she explained even further why she had the procedure done.
“I had other reasons why I did it, I had really bad fibrosis, I had a hernia so, while they had to fix that, why not fix what else I was insecure about,” she said.
Naija also wanted to be super honest with her fans (all 6+ million) who subscribe to her uber popular Youtube channel.
“People are going to talk whether you put it out there or you don’t,” she added. “Honestly I do it for me, I don’t do it for nobody else, I feel good and that’s all that matters.”
Last month she also addressed getting liposuction and clapped back at the haters.
Back in January Naija and boyfriend Clarence White welcomed their baby boy, Legend Lorenzo White. The “Medicine” singer and her beau announced the news on Instagram. Naija shared a photo of her son’s head and wrote, “Thank You God..”
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As for how she’s balancing it all, she says she’s team no sleep. “It does get tiring sometimes but it’s better than working a 9 to 5 so I gotta do what I gotta do,” she joked.
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