R.I.P. To Somaya Reece’s Cups?

By: 03.05.12  •  27 Comments

It has come to our attention that boobalicious model and “rapper” Somaya Reece of VH1’s Love & Hip Hop might be having breast reduction surgery pretty soon. Apparently walking around with those SUPER massive motorboat-worthy melons have become a pain in the ass back for the reality TV star. She states on her blog:

“I have put a lot of thought into this. My back hurts like HELL, my bra straps are scarring my shoulders leaving these ugly red marks on them, my posture sometimes is out of whack, when I lay down my chest feels very heavy and not to mention I cannot exercise without 20 million bras on.”

As for worrying about her sex appeal suffering from the downsize:

“Sex appeal?? HONEYS! I don’t care about that at all. I’m not here to sell sex, i’m here to be healthy. My fans love me for ME. For who I am, for being able to share my personal life, the ups the downs, the times i’m scared, when i’m happy etc And if people lose interest in me because of my boobs. Then I don’t need or want them in my life.”

Right on, sister! However, let’s not act like those honkers didn’t get you where you are today. In any event, today we say goodbye & mourn your milk machines. :-(

Cred: Carlton Jordan

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