This is the story of a beautiful lady who tried to turn herself into a cartoon, and in 2017, she was able to remove six ribs from her body. One has to undergo a surgery process to change how your body looks before anyone is able to achieve this change.
Pixee Fox is an American celebrity who is popularly known as a Youtube anchor, she is also recognised haven removed over 200 cosmetic operations.
Since she was a child, this girl has always loved to be a cartoon. She reformed herself through surgeries from head to toe to look like her favourite cartoon character.
She revealed that she drew her inspiration from Tinkerbell but she started to look like Jessica Rabbit throughout her body transformations.
This is strange because to spend a whole lot of money just to look like a cartoon is something amazing.
Throughout the process, she has made further progress by removing the lower ribs to shrink her waist to a record 14 inches.
Is it right to risk someone's life all in the name of turn into a cartoon? Let's hear your opinion
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