A British biological man spent nearly 15,000 pounds on lip fillers, make-up, designer clothes, hair extensions and other procedures to look as similar to American celebrity Kim Kardashian as possible.
Formerly Tyler, 17-year-old North Yorkshire resident Kairah Kelly spent 14,710 pounds on lip fillers, hair extensions, make-up, designer shoes and a waist trainer, The Daily Mail reported Monday.
Kelly wears the steel-boned waist trainer for 20 hours a day to whittle his waist down in order to replicate Kim Kardashian’s small midsection.
“I feel like I am being suffocated, but I know it is worth it,” he told The Daily Mail.
Kelly announced he was transgender in September 2015 after telling his family that he was bisexual at age 11. He told his family and friends he was gay at 13 years old.
“It’s shocking how much I have spent on my new look, but it is so worth it. I feel like the person I was always meant to be,” he said.
— Kiannieleigh (@kiannieleigh) June 20, 2018
Kelly regularly maintains his lip injections so no one will discover he is biologically male.
“I get my fillers done every four months as my pout is what helps me feel like me. Without them I worry I am going to get found out, that people will know I was born a man,” he said, according to The Daily Mail. (RELATED: Kim Kardashian Calls Trump’s Grant Of Clemency The ‘Best News Ever’)
Kelly pays for his procedures and expensive shopping tastes by promoting fashion and beauty products online.
Three new posts on my 18+ twitter account £20 message me for payment details accepting Paypal and bank transfer pic.twitter.com/p6gDu2C4A3
— Kiannieleigh (@kiannieleigh) August 8, 2018
Blonde Barbie is back and on cam right now come and watch me pic.twitter.com/kfHfaRW5BF
— Kiannieleigh (@kiannieleigh) July 29, 2018
Kelly claims he hasn’t had breast augmentation surgery, insisting that the waist trainer has redistributed body fat to his breasts and butt.
He is currently dating a man he met online and plans to have gender reassignment surgery in the next two years.
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