Did Serena Williams get nose plastic surgery? A few weeks ago rumors of Serena Williams skin bleaching caught steam on social media. Those accusations led to her deleting an Instagram picture that started to make the Serena Williams bleached skin conspiracy theories catch steam. Now a new rumor is on the rise after Serena Williams was pictured at the Monaco Grand Prix. People think Serena Williams got plastic surgery on her nose, and her Monaco GP picture is concrete evidence.
In the photo Serena Williams’ nose job seems to be very apparent due to how thin the bridge of her nose appears to be. People think Serena Williams had rhinoplasty plastic surgery done to give her nose a smaller look to match her allegedly bleached skin. In other words she may be trying to fully round out her new Eurocentric look.
Is it just the camera angle or Serena Williams’ nose job? Take a look at the evidence below.
When you compare Serena Williams’ plastic surgery nose with her natural nose in previous years you can really see a drastic difference.
In this photo we highlighted Serena Williams’ nasal bridge, so you can see how much thinner it is now. Her new nose bridge is almost half the size of her original beautiful nose. The tip of her nose is slightly different as well.
Is it a coincidence that all this started after she retired from Tennis? Hopefully Serena Williams didn’t get plastic surgery done on her nose, because again that would mean the social media bullies got the reaction they wanted from her. People often criticize Serena Williams’ looks due to her not fitting their Eurocentric vision of beauty that the media promotes.
It always seemed like she didn’t let those comments sway her from knowing she was a beautiful woman. Low and behold, it appears the ridiculous criticism about her appearance may have been doing more damage mentally than met the eye.
It seems almost unreal that a mentally strong woman like Serena Williams would get rhinoplasty plastic surgery, but that could possibly be reality.
Author: JordanThrilla Staff