SZA Before and After BBL: Which Plastic Surgery Did The Singer Have?

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After confirming she has had plastic surgery, singer SZA in an interview has again opened up on her BBL saying “I treat my butt like a purse”.

SZA is an American singer-songwriter. Born in St. Louis and raised in Maplewood, New Jersey, SZA began making music in the early 2010s. SZA becomes the sole owner of one of the biggest records in the history of Billboard’s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart as her single “Kill Bill” achieves an unprecedented 21st week at the summit.

Along the line, eagle-eyed fans sighted SZA’s old pictures and videos of her looking bony, and compared to her current physique with a rather sizable a** that she can’t stop shaking, it sparked the serious BBL rumor. BBL is the trend for almost all these female celebrities and wannabe celebrities and famewhores in recent times. 

R&B legend SZA (real name Solána Imani Rowe), who dropped a new album, SOS, earlier in 2022, was praised across social media as listeners cottoned on to certain lyrics – which seem to see the singer share that she has had some kind of cosmetic tweaks made to her body. Most notably, it appeared, SZA had shared with her fans that she had a BBL (Brazilian butt lift), something many have speculated about in the past.

Did SZA get plastic surgery?

SZA has opened up about her huge backside after she let the world know last year in her album “SOS” that she got a BBL. The singer says she loves her new booty and thinks of it as her favorite accessory!

While speaking with Elle Magazine, SZA explained her thought process behind getting the surgery. Though many people thought she got it to conform to the BBL culture, SZA ensures fans that the decision was 100% her own. She says she wanted a fatter a** so she dropped the money to get it!

“I treat my butt like a purse,” she says with a slight smile. “It’s just there to enhance whatever else. And that’s why I paid for it, because it works all by itself.”

“I always wanted a really fat a** with less gym time,” she says. “I didn’t succumb to industry pressure. I succumbed to my own eyes in the mirror and being like, No, I need some more a**.”

As for the choice to reference it in her music, she added: “That’s some Jersey shit. You know what I’m saying? When I feel like I have too much to say and I don’t want to say it cute.”

Old picture of SZA

Prior to her interview, SZA addressed BBL and plastic surgery rumors on ‘SOS’.

The apparent confession comes on not one but two tracks, too. On the titular song, SOS, SZA sings: “Talkin’ I’m off the bench like Brady, I’m pressin’ n***** like KD, it’s up. Yeah, n****, it’s up to me. Remind you of Dеlla Reese. So classic, that ass so fat, it look natural, it’s not”.

Then, on the song Conceited, she says, “I don’t like nobody, I don’t feel guilty about it. I just got my body done, ain’t got no guilt about it. I just heard your opinion, I could’ve did without it”.

SZA has once denied her BBL Rumors claiming her new body was a result of eating yam, chicken breast, and doing a lot of squatting

Before addressing (I mean confirming) her BBL looks, R&B singer SZA had denied ever going under knives. The singer and her team claimed SZA’s new body is not of surgery but mainly squatting, and eating chicken breast, fish, and yams.

Via Media Take Out:

R&B singer SZA recently underwent a pretty radical body transformation – and now she’s a thick one. Social media has been filled with reports that SZA reportedly made the transformation through surgery.

But Media Take Out spoke with a member of SZA’s inner circle who told us that the singer used “natural” means to get her body right.

The insider told us, “Sia is eating well, a lot of whole foods, plenty of chicken breast and fish, and yams.” She also explained that SZA works out religiously, and her favorite exercise is squats.

SZA’s debut studio album, Ctrl (2017), was released to universal acclaim from music critics. It debuted at number three on the US Billboard 200. And was certified double platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). At the 60th Annual Grammy Awards, the album earned her four nominations, including Best New Artist. In 2020, it was placed on Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time list.

In August 2017, she was featured on Maroon 5’s Top 10 hit single “What Lovers Do”. The next year, she collaborated with Kendrick Lamar to create the top 10 single “All the Stars” for the Black Panther soundtrack, for which she was nominated for the Golden Globe Award and Academy Award for Best Original Song.

In 2020, she released the single “Good Days”; the following year saw the release of the singles. “I Hate U” and Doja Cat’s “Kiss Me More”, which she was featured on; all three singles reached the top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2021, with the latter breaking the record for the longest-running all-female collaboration within the top 10, and earning her the Grammy Award for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance. SZA also earned an additional top 20 hit that year, as a featured artist on Summer Walker’s “No Love”, which peaked at number 13.