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Cardi B has shared pictures of her swollen feet on social media and vowed to never have plastic surgery again.
The rapper recently had liposuction and breast augmentation surgery, after which she was forced to postpone multiple concerts to spend enough time recovering.
The cancellation of the gigs led Cardi to tweet that she'd never have surgery again.
She wrote on Twitter: "I been working out for the past 2 weeks cause b*tch I ain't getting surgery again but let me tell you I haven't got a headache ever since."
I been working out for the past 2 weeks cause bitch I ain't getting surgery again:joy::joy::joy:but let me tell you I haven't got a headache ever since .
- iamcardib (@iamcardib) June 12, 2019
Cardi shared the photos of her extremely swollen feet on her Instagram stories, saying: "Look how swollen my feet get every time I take flights my stomach gets even more puffy."
She also addressed the fact that her ticket sales had actually gone up due to postponing a show, saying the increased sales were definitely not the reason she cancelled, but that her "feet and stomach" burn due to the swelling.
"Reasons why my doctor told me to chill on shows cause my feet and stomach burn when I get puffed up NOT due to ticket sales. Stop fakin' sh*t f*ck outta here."
A few weeks ago, Cardi explained that she hates cancelling gigs because she is a "money addict".
"My breasts gotta f*cking heal and it is what it is," she said. "I hate cancelling shows because I love money. I'm a money addict, and I get paid a lot of money, a lot of money for these shows.
"A lot of money. I'm cancelling millions f*cking dollars in shows, but like, health is wealth so I have to do what I have to do."
Cardi has received doctor's orders that she has to take time to fully recover from her surgery before taking to the stage again. Let's hope she's fighting fit again soon.
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