Teen Mom Briana DeJesus shows off plastic surgery results eight weeks after lipo and boob job – The Sun

BRIANA DeJesus showed off the results of her plastic surgery just eight weeks after her mommy makeover.

The Teen Mom 2 star had lip and a boob job by Dr. Miami for the third time in early February.

Briana, 25, took to social media to show off her new bod.

The mother-of-two posed in tight biker shorts and a small white top to show off her body.

The MTV star hinted that she is loving her new figure after she posted two boomerangs showing off the results.

In early February, Briana headed to Miami, Florida to go under the knife again for the third time.

Weeks prior to the surgery, the MTV star was excited for her procedure.

She told InTouch magazine: "I just want to start a healthy life and gain my confidence back. Bigger is not always better. Plus, my back is always hurting.”

Following the procedure, Briana kept her fans updated on her progress.

She tweeted in early February: "Hey guys! I am doing great. I feel so good."

The following day was a bit different for the reality star.

She tweeted: "Today has been hard. Can’t wait to feel better."

This was the third time Briana had plastic surgery.

She had her first procedure in 2016 and just a year later, she welcomed her daughter, Stella, 2.

Briana headed to Dr. Miami in 2018 for a tummy tuck, a breast lift and to reshape/contour her butt, which was featured on Teen Mom 2.

Recently, Briana has been receiving a lot of backlash over her response to the coronavirus pandemic.
In mid-March, the mother-of-two took her two daughters, Nova, 9, and Stella, to Gatorland and the beach, despite warnings to stay indoors.

Just a few weeks later, Briana revealed that Stella had a "mild fever" and worried she caught coronavirus.

She updated fans with her daughter's condition saying he is doing "great."
Following the order to stay indoors for another 30 days, Briana tweeted that she isn't sure if she can stay inside, which received a lot of backlash from fans.

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