Karen Civil’s Plastic Surgery – What We Know So Far
Did Karen Civil have plastic surgery? It’s true, Karen Civil looks admirable, but sometimes a little bit of surgery may enhance one’s natural beauty. Below are the rumors, plastic surgery facts, and more!
Biography - Who is Karen Civil?
Pop culture specialist who offers her own self-titled brand in the entertainment world with her website which features exclusive entertainment news and interviews. She has grown her influence into a lifestyle brand called Live Civil. She became an early user on the app Clubhouse, surpassing 500,000 followers on the platform before the end of 2020.
She worked under the mentorship of Hot 97’s legendary DJ Funk Flex as his assistant and later became the web and marketing director for the rap crew The Diplomats.
She worked with Young Money Cash Money Billionaires to create a larger social influence for the label. She has been featured on respected industry lists such as MTV’s Hip Hop MVPs and The Source’s Power 30 and on the pages of Vogue, XXL, VIBE, and Complex.
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Which plastic surgery procedures have Karen Civil done? Below we have compiled a list of all known facts about the stars beauty enhancements:
Plastic Surgery Pictures
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Quotes by Karen Civil
"While working for Diplomat Records, I helped several artists with their online branding and social media. Once I left the label, I worked directly with artists and noticed many artists were overlooked and underrated if they weren't in 'XXL' or 'The Source.'"
"Anywhere I go, if I go out, I have to keep my phone out. I don't try to be rude. If I turn it around, I have to check it every 5 minutes."
"Me myself, I wanna wear sweats with my Jordans one day or a dress with my Jeffrey Campbell."
"I clung to my vegan friends for more support than anyone because they helped guide me and made the transition much easier. My family was a bit skeptical, as they felt like I wasn't getting enough protein in my vegan diet."
"I was born to Haitian parents, and the idea of giving back is really just a part of our culture. So, I don't think there was ever a moment that I questioned my call to philanthropy, but I can say that the more I've grown, the bigger that call has become."