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Black market junk in the trunk injection infection

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DETROIT (WJBK) -

How far are you willing to go to get a bigger and rounder butt? 

Keke Onpoint was willing to spend $1,100 on what she calls "The Black Market" to have a virtual stranger jab needles into her rear end at a hotel room.

She wanted a bigger butt. 

What she got was sick. Very sick.  She ended up in the hospital with septic shock.  She says she could have died.

What did this stranger inject into her?  Some kind of silicone.  But not the kind that should be injected into a human body.

No, this is stuff you might buy at Home Depot or Lowes.  Stuff you might use for caulking.

Ouch.

Keke is warning others to not follow her footsteps.  She also says there's a big market for these kind of procedures in metro Detroit.

It's a bodacious mistake to get a bodacious butt she hopes others will avoid when they hear her story.

Play the video to get Andrea Isom's full report.

The irony is now Keke may have to have part of her derriere removed in order to completely get resolve the infection. 

 

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