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In a world where Instagram users are exposed for the digital editing of their body and the forging of holidays, a good influencer will know that transparency is the key these days.
And that is the reason why model Daisy Keech goes that extra step. The 19-year-old influencer says that she is tired of followers to accuse her of falsifying her talented buttocks, and brought in a “reputable” plastic surgeon to prove it.
“Making history w/ @drghavami Thank you for world-renowned expert Dr. Ghavami for the help of my followers that my booty is REAL and for the first certified real booty! #CertifiedRealBooty,” Keech wrote.
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In a video posted on her Instagram account, the model stands in thong underwear with her rear end against Beverly Hills-based doctor Ashkan Ghavami, who for the first time, describes his patient’s pert profile.
“I have a natural young sporty woman, who has a genetically blessed body,” he says, gesturing with his hands around her behind. “A lot of people hate on you saying your ass is not really on IG. I am going to certify it as a buttocks, that it is real.”
Ghavami explains Keech the audience why he knows that it is a bona-fide booty, first mention of the fact that she is young and has no children. Then he gets technical.
“Her butt has a lot of strength to the … good volume,” he says. “I see no changes of the skin, which means that she had something artificial injected. I can’t see the small incisions that point to fat.”
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To insist on the fact that they are young and fit, ” he continues, “She has a 19-year-old tight, tight skin, and she does hip thrusts … She eats really well-rounded diet. And they do usually bulk muscle training.”
He concludes: “So that everything from her childhood, and all of this points to the fact that this is a real bil. It is certified Ghavami-real.”
While some of Keech’s followers said they had always believed in the spoils, others seemed to appreciate her attempt at authenticity.
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“I love the way that scientific he makes it it’s just a big–“, writes @tara_b_nyc — a response to that Ghavami responded with “thank you” hands emoji.
Others were more inspired by the arts.
Writes @nilzgraphy_, “that’s it! im goin gto school to be a doctor.”
This story was originally published by the New York Post.