Busty 'Human Barbie’ Says She’s ‘Too Hot’ To Work Under Anyone After Spending 40 Million Naira On Plastic Surgery

With plastic surgery being a bit of a trend right now, it seems that all our celebrity has had some form of cosmetic surgery, whether that's small fillers in the cheek or a breast enlargement that'll give them double Ds in a mere few hours.
But with plastic surgery comes a lot of criticism, with many disagreeing that filling our bodies with silicone is acceptable.

One woman known as a "human barbie" has claimed she's now too hot to go to work after spending a whopping $95,000 (#40 million) on plastic surgery procedures.
A lot of people might claim that looking like a “doll” is the perfect compliment, but is it?

Well, according to Barbara Luna Sipos it is. The 22-year-old has undergone multiple surgeries in order to achieve her desired goal of looking like a human Barbie doll.

Keep scrolling to see what she used to look like before her transformation.
She was only 17 when she first went under the knife. What a bold decision for such a young girl.

She claims that her infatuation with dolls started when she was really young. And ever since then, she has been obsessed with turning herself into one.
Her ex-husband paid thousands to try and help her out. But the real problem came after she couldn't do her job anymore.

She was forced to quit her job as a receptionist because she felt as though men only had one thing on their mind when they saw her.
Barbara said the men always $exualized her. “At age fifteen, I started to work as an assistant at an estate agent, but all my bosses and even the clients tried to be s*xual with me even though I never behaved or dressed like a ‘bimbo’ then, it was my aura and charisma that made men crazy.”

She continued, “so I realized that this kind of work was not for me because I live in a society where a very attractive woman [don’t] have many options to keep her job or gain a higher position without giving men s*x – which I didn’t want [to do].”
She wants to show the world that there is more to her than what she looks like.

“It is because we still live in a patriarchal society, like it or not. I am all for feminism but very feminine girls like me shouldn’t have to deal with men in the workplace.”

“The plastic bimbo doll look doesn’t mean we are less intelligent and I wish to show the world that I am not naïve or dumb.”

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