Rajee, Better Known As A Woman With A Cement Face, Will Undergo Another Surgery After Her Nodules Have Grown Back
Rajee Narinesingh, better known as a woman with a cement face, returns to the Botched new season to undergo another surgery.
Rajee returns to ‘Botched’
Rajee Narinesingh, a transgender woman from Florida, who received black market injections in her face in 2005, will need to undergo another surgery, according to E!
I'M BACK!!! LOL Check out my mom and I on Botched this Wednesday night at 9 Eastern on the E network! pic.twitter.com/dEB4XL9Jco— Rajee Rajindra Narin (@RAJEEACTRESS) June 4, 2018
Two years ago, Rajee became a participant of the popular television series Botched which aims to help people recover after harmful plastic surgeries. Rajee who had cement injections under her skin almost lost any hope to restore her face after the illegal plastic surgery.
Botched experts, Dr. Terry Dubrow and Dr. Paul Nassif, agreed to perform a series of complicated medical procedures to remove the cement nodules from underneath the woman’s skin. The surgeries were successful, and Narinesingh couldn’t thank enough her saviors.
But recently, E! confirmed that Rajee will return to Botched in the new season for another operation. The matter is that her nodules have grown back. Dr. Dubrow and Dr. Nassif explained to Rajee this could happen in a couple of years. Nevertheless, both experts feel pretty confident about the success of the future surgery.
Dr. Dubrow said:
I remember her anatomy like it was yesterday. So I know what the inside of her looks like.
We wish Rajee to stay in high spirits amid her hospitalization and keep praying for the success of the upcoming surgery.