Kim Kardashian Admits to Getting the Occasional Butt Injection

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Ah-ha! So she does get butt injections! Kim Kardashian has long been under speculation and debate about whether or not she's been receiving butt injections the past few years in order to make her backside as, well, pronounced as it is. The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star has denied going under the syringe since the gossip started, but now Kim has admitted to receiving injections in her derriere. But not for the reason everyone thinks.  


If you're a longtime watcher of KUWTK, you know that Kim suffers from occasional bouts of psoriasis -- basically super dry, itching, flaky skin. In order to help combat the uncomfy issue, Kim gets the occasional shot of cortisone. In her butt. But! (Butt!) Here's the thing about cortisone shots: Some people wind up getting a bit of muscle atrophy at the site of the shot, making skin look indented -- and that's exactly what happened to Kim. 

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When Kim went to the dermatologist for the injection, her doctor warned her that muscle atrophy might happen, but Kim went ahead with the shot anyway. "I go in there and he's like, 'There's a one in a billion chance that you will get a huge indent in your butt,'" Kim revealed during a live Q and A on her website, according to The Hollywood Gossip. "Of course I get a huge indent on my butt." Womp womp. 

Coincidentally, when Kim got "the indent," it was around the same time she was starting to get famous. People noticed the divot in her bum and that's when the rumor mill kicked in. "There is a picture of me in Miami wearing an electric blue dress, and another picture of me walking down Robertson," Kim said. "You see the indent. And I think that's when the rumors started, 'She’s had implants.'"

So there you have it. No implants for Kim, just the occasional butt injection for a nasty skin condition. This mama of two is 100 percent au naturel with no help at all ... right?

(Maybe she's born with it, maybe it's psoriasis?) 


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