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Amber Rose undergoes full body liposuction six weeks after child birth

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By Aishat Salihu

American model and actress, Amber Levonchuck, popularly known professionally as Amber Rose is ready to get back her banging bikini body six weeks after welcoming her second child.

In an Instagram post, the 36-year-old model shared a video of herself inside an operating room revealing plans to get full-body liposuction surgery.

“I’m here at Dr. Matlock’s office and I’m about to get my whole body done after the baby and if you want to get your body done, you need some work done,” She wrote.

She also went on to describe the procedure, saying “He is going to take off some of my joules which are hereditary…it runs in my family. So he is going to fix that, and he’s going to suck all the baby fat out of my stomach.”

Recall that back in October, Amber Rose welcomed her second child, Slash Alexander Edwards with her boyfriend, Alexander “AE” Edwards.

It is the first child for AE and Amber, who shares a 6-year-old son, Sebastian Taylor Thomaz, with her ex-husband, rapper Wiz Khalifa.

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