Death of a celebrity after a surgery

@syoti20 (5293)
Philippines
November 29, 2010 3:17am CST
I was reading yahoo news a while ago. And read this tragic incident about Wang Bei (24 y.o). She's going on a plastic surgery. Her jaw start bleeding during the operation. Blocking her windpipe which cause her to breathe less. If ever I will a famous nor a celebrity I and afford to go under surgery. I will never go under the knife. But I might starting reinventing my life routine such as trying best hair stylists who could give me good looks in terms of hair styling.
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• Philippines
30 Nov 10
and the sad thing about this is she didn't get the look she was going for
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@Hatley (164169)
• Garden Grove, California
3 Dec 10
hi chip this made me remember the day I started for my favorite restaurant to go out for breakfast and never got that breakfast. I tripped and fell, landing on my left shoulder and thereby smashing all the bones in my shoulder it was almost two days before I got to eat anything then it was a bland soft diet as I had to have surgery to replace my shoulder joint with a steel and plastic bionic shoulder joint.
@dorannmwin (36651)
• United States
1 Dec 10
It is sad to say, but anytime we have any kind of surgery, there are a lot of risks that are attached to it. I personally have only had two surgeries in my past, and neither of them were plastic surgeries, but I was warned of the risks that were associated with the surgeries. Then there is this little boy that I went to school with and he had a reaction with the anesthesia that left him brain damaged and physically impaired.
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@switlyf (649)
• Philippines
30 Nov 10
thats so unfortunate to know, i just hope she'll rest in peace. as for me, personally im not into plastic surgery, people should be always grateful of what they have. but of course people have different personalities and views about this, we cant blame her if she undergo surgery because its her beauty that gives her job. well i just pray for her soul to rest in peace.. happy mylotting!
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@tincabzh (173)
• Philippines
30 Nov 10
thats tragic! may she rest in peace.. people risk their lives just trying to be beautiful.. even though they are pretty already.. contentment is the answer to avoid such incident...
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@celticeagle (124394)
• Boise, Idaho
30 Nov 10
I think there are alot of things I would have done but my face isn't one of those things. Every once in a while something happens. Yes, I would like the hair styles thing too. Good idea. We lose alot of our individuality when we start letting the marvels of technology and science take over.
• United States
29 Nov 10
Celebrities or not we should be happy with how we look. I am with you that simple styles can add a great deal to our appearance as opposed to a permanent change that may lead to an early grave. Sorry for her to have passed while trying to be more beautiful and enhanced but so much can go wrong during plastic surgery that I would never take a chance.
@markleob (1904)
• Philippines
29 Nov 10
yeah, i really felt sorry for her. it would be so clear that the surgeon has to face this incident. i dont get it why she has to ask for more when she already has a very beautiful body and face. it is such a lesson.
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• Philippines
29 Nov 10
To bad. More and more people want to change the way they look. We should love ourselves and work hard to achieve a better body. Not by surgery.
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• China
29 Nov 10
I have read that news too .It seemed that Wang Bei's mother was under a plastic surgery when her daughter was dying .To be frank,i was not very shocked while hearing the news .Nowadays ,having plastic surgery can't be more popular in entertainment world .On the contrary ,if any stars haven't got it ,especially young female singers ,it may make us astonishing .I just don't get it -why people are crazy about artificial beauties.Aren't natural beauies more charming than those who have got plastic surgeries ?To some extent ,in my mind ,it is the public that bring about these tragidies .If people go against all artificial beauties ,the situation may be absolutely different .What do you say ?
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@Hatley (164169)
• Garden Grove, California
3 Dec 10
hi syoti If I were a celebrity and looked fine I sure would not be going to a plastic surgeon for any kind of work done on my looks. too dangerous as accidents can and do happen. Yes you do have a great idea as a celebrity she could have go to the best hair stylists around and' spent her money on new hair styles and been safe with her life.
@tomitomi (5440)
• Singapore
29 Nov 10
Aww this is tragic. How awful! May her soul rest in peace.