Wykesha Reid went to the Deep Ellum salon for the same reason many others did: She wanted to add curves.
“Everybody else got big booties,” Patricia Kelley, 70, who had raised Reid since she was a baby, said Reid told her. “So she wanted a big booty.”
Reid, 34, a nursing home staffer, joined a growing number of people who are turning to black-market buttocks injections — which are much cheaper and riskier than plastic surgery — to get their bodies closer to pop-culture idols such as Beyoncé and Kim Kardashian.
Reid went to the salon in the 3800 block of East Side Avenue three times for the injections with no problems.
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