Most parents encourage their kids to seek the career of their dreams while growing up.
However, one mom is making headlines because of her particular dreams for her daughter, and it involves “getting plastic surgery because ugly people get nowhere”.
Carla Belucci is a 37-year-old mom from Hertfordshire, and she posts modeling photos on her Instagram, where more than 63k people follow her.
However, she made headlines after she told Closer magazine that she wants her daughter Tanisha to get plastic surgery so she can go far in life.
The mom told the magazine that her 14-year-old daughter “isn’t the most academic of girls”, and she reckons that she should have a plastic surgery because “ugly people get nowhere these days”.
The mom added that she doesn’t care about her daughter’s education, unlike with her sons, and she believes she will need to rely on her looks to get on in life.
So, the mom thinks that her daughter will have to be perfect, and her daughter is in love with the Kardasiahn look at the moment. In fact, the mom is going to let her daughter get fillers when she’s 16, and she fully supports her.
Belucci added that the girl will have to fit the look of the time if she wants to become a successful influencer and a reality star.
The London mom added that she has been putting away $120 every month in order for her daughter to be able to pay for her surgery when she wants it, and that’s on top of the $240 a month she spends for her daughter to be able to pay for her acrylic nails, tinted eyebrows, and hair extensions.
The mother had previously made headlines when she revealed that she lied to her doctors that she has a depression in order to get a nose job done on the NHS and save $8,500.