Brazil Thinks Getting Kim Kardashian-Style Butt Implants Is A ‘National Concern’ For The Country

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Brazil thinks getting Kim Kardashian style butt implants is a “national concern” for the country, according to the Daily Mail Monday.

Cacau Oliver, owner of Brazil’s butt beauty pageant, Miss Bumbum, called Kardashian style implants a “national concern,” the Daily Mail reported. Oliver encouraged the women to instead be more “patriotic” and have a natural style backside for the “best bottom” competition, according to his autobiography, “Make Celebrities,” out Tuesday.

“Brazil has always been known as the land of the beautiful, sexy bottom. But now they are getting too big to be naturally beautiful and that should be a cause for national concern,” Oliver said. The competition launched requirements in 2017 that you can’t have a backside larger than 43 inches, which is the same size as Kardashian’s, according to LAD BIBLE.

“Unfortunately Kim Kardashian’s bottom has redefined parameters in the nation of the bumbum,” Oliver said. “I would ask them to be patriotic and instead of trying to copy an American bottom, strive to preserve Brazil’s image around the world.”(RELATED: Miss BumBum Brazil Beauty Pagent Contestants Don 110 Pounds Of Beef-Kinis)

[Miss Bumbum Brazil 2015 pageant candidates pose at Paulista Avenue in Sao Paulo’s financial centre, Brazil August 3, 2015. Twenty-seven candidates from each state in Brazil will compete in the annual pageant which will be held in November 2015. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker]

There were approximately 64,000 butt surgeries done in Brazil in 2017, according to

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