Cardi B illness:WAP’ rapper’s removal of BBL the cause?

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 19: Host Cardi B attends the 2021 American Music Awards Red Carpet Roll-Out with Host Cardi B at L.A. LIVE on November 19, 2021 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images)

The “WAP” hitmaker has recently appeared to be dealing with several medical issues, and she has even spoken to her many internet fans about her battle with a “new flu” that has struck her especially hard.

The mother of two stated on Sunday morning:

“I don’t like this new flu virus that’s going around. It caused me the chills, sore throat and now I have a cough and my chest feels tight.”

Cardi B did not specify the type of virus she was infected with.

Her supporters expressed their concern immediately after she posted a health update. One of her fans even agreed that she had felt like “dying” the week before.

“I had strain A with strep throat. Still finishing Tamiflu and medicines. Body hurts all over, chest ached and burn, shallow breathing, high temperature, and couldn’t get any sleep even with pain medications.”

Another fan stated that when they were sick, they had 105-degree fevers and were on the verge of going to the hospital because they couldn’t eat or do anything else.

Many others, on the other hand, believe Cardi B’s condition is related to a recent treatment she gave herself.

Biopolymers were recently removed from the “Bodak Yellow” singer’s body.

Cardi B underwent surgery in August and had 95% of her biopolymers removed, according to the Daily Mail. She referred to the treatment as “a— shots” and described the procedure as “very strange.”

The New York native went on to say that growing up in the city, she was bullied for being underweight and felt pressured to have larger curves. But she soon began to regret her decision.

The rapper also advised fans to exercise caution when undergoing cosmetic procedures such as the well-known Brazilian Butt Lift.

Cardi B advised people to check all of their blood levels before undergoing this type of surgery because BBL should be avoided if a person has low blood levels or an underlying medical issue.

A Brazilian Butt Lift, according to Healthline, is a surgery that involves moving fat around to give the rear more fullness.

Infections, scars, soreness, lumps under the skin in the suctioned or injected areas, skin loss in the treated areas due to infection, and fat embolism in the heart or lungs, which could result in death, are all possible side effects of the procedure.

Although flu-like symptoms may appear after implant placement, there is little information on following these symptoms months after implant removal.