Plastic surgery has become near-lethal in recent years, especially for many celebrities in the public eye. DreamDoll, a rapper and former Love & Hip Hop star, is speaking up about her plastic surgery experience.
Tabatha Robinson, better known as DreamDoll, is a 27-year-old rapper. The Bronx, New York, is where he was born and reared. She rose to prominence after starring in the sixteenth season of Oxygen's Bad Girls Club. She was ejected from the show after being accused of bullying and abusing a housemate.
She began her rap career in 2017 and went on to release an EP called Life in Plastic. In the same year, she started as a recurrent character on Love & Hip-Hop: New York for its eighth season. After just one season, she exited the show.
In a YouTube mukbang video, DreamDoll discussed the plastic surgery that nearly killed her. “Like you, I finished my employment in Colombia, but I didn't have enough fat. I was on the verge of passing away this year. I became ill, and my body began to reject the injections administered through my skin. So I had to return because I was frightened that doctors in the United States would cut me up,” she explained.
She also discussed her friendship with YBN Almighty, a rapper. “I simply deserve better, and I am aware of my value. I'm very aware of how I should be treated. I understand that guys are not supposed to touch women, and that is simply that.”
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