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The Weekend ‘Botched Surgery’ Is A Response To The Grammys Snub, Sources Claim

The Weekend ‘Botched Surgery’ Is A Response To The Grammys Snub, Sources Claim

The Weekend Botched Surgery Is A Response To The Grammys Snub, Sources Claim

The Weekend Botched Surgery Is A Response To The Grammys Snub
The Weekend Botched Surgery Is A Response To The Grammys Snub, Sources Claim

The Weekend got everyone talking last night after he released his new music video for “Save Your Tears” – revealing his new face.

A few weeks ago, during the American Music Awards he got so many talking after he walked on stage with his face all wrapped up in bandages.

Many guessed right. If his look on new video is anything to go by, the Canadian rapper just got himself a plastic surgery – but a botched one for that matter!

He did a lip filler, Botox and facial implants.

He immediately sent tounges wagging on social media with his new look placing him on the most searched individual on the search engine, Google

But many will be relieved to know that these were just super convincing facial prosthetics he put on his face, not real surgery.

Remember his Halloween makeover a few years ago? Seems like the same guys worked on his new look.

But what’s the real meaning to this, many ask?

Since his Grammy snub last year, The Weekend did not take that very well.

Billboard believes The Weekend botched surgery and his new video were meant to shade the Grammys who in this case are promoting fake celebrities – as portrayed on the video – him wearing a fake face and guests in awards wearing masquerade masks.

Or maybe this was one way of selling his music. If so then he really did a great job at it.

His new video is sitting at number one on all major streaming services.

Once again, the facial makeover is not real!


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