By Carla St. Louis
Take a moment and prepare yourself for the massive shade courtesy of your cousins from China.
A warning to women whom are luring the boys to their yards through cosmetic surgery: provide him with a photo of your pre-surgery face least you want him to sue you if your child bares no resemblance to your post surgery mug.
Confused? I’ll let WorldStarHipHop (via My Fox8 News) explain the foolishness.
A man from northern China who divorced and sued his wife earlier this year for being ugly has recently won the lawsuit.
That’s right: being ugly is an acceptable basis for a lawsuit. Of course, lying is still an excusable reason for divorce.
Jian Feng said his issues with his wife’s looks only began after the couple’s daughter was born. Feng was appalled by the child’s appearance, calling her “incredibly ugly” and saying she resembled neither one of her parents.
Wow. He is shading her for blood, people! Get into it!
I’ll bet money Feng was all, ‘I’m one of the prettiest men in China! I’m too pretty to be this ugly baby’s daddy…’ while his wife quietly thought, ‘And that’s why I paid good money to carve my face like a turkey.’
But I digress.
With that being the case, Feng initially accused his wife of cheating.
Pause. So lets review what’s not being said in this lawsuit: Feng’s DNA is too immaculate to produce ugly kids. Period. Again, the shade from this one is immense.
It was at that point that his wife, who has not been named, came forward, saying she had spent $100,000 on intense plastic surgeries to drastically change her appearance before she met Feng. She never told Feng about those surgeries.
Now, lets dissect ole girl’s beauty. Pictured in a side by side comparison photo, Feng’s wife’s before pic shows a woman with a massive overbite a la Mr. Ed; thin lips; uneven skin tone; a rather ruddy nose; a prominent chin, and sleepy eyes. In a nutshell, she was an Ugly Betty…Until her face met the surgeon’s knife and transformed her to the woman on the right, i.e., a beauty with a glowing complexion; a demure chin; an angular nose; alert almond shaped eyes, and closed fuller lips (that imply a corrected overbite).
When Feng found out about the procedures, he filed the lawsuit.
Checkmate, hoe. Pretty Tony is not about to be played by the Woman Formerly Known As The Ugly One.
He said the woman convinced him to marry her under false pretenses. A judge agreed, awarding Feng $120,000.
Here’s my two cents: Was homie wrong in suing his wife on the pretext of false pretenses? No. Why? Because quite frankly she’s a liar and a cheater in Darwinism.
Let me break it down in laymen terms: His unnamed wife bought her new face to attract an equally attractive mate knowing full well without plastic surgery she’d be limited to her peers–i.e., ugly ducklings. Consequently, her surgery granted her access to more attractive men whom–like her–wanted to bear pretty kiddies. What she conveniently forgot is that that you can’t alter your DNA. Meaning, your ugliness is natural and therefore transferrable to your children. Plain and simple, she should have had the balls–in this case, ovaries–to tell her
mark man about her ‘old’ face.
Well kids, in an industry characterized by silicon-filled vixens stuffed with butt and breast implants and augmented lips and noses, is this a cautionary tale to tell the truth?
Share your thoughts.