After receiving illegal plastic surgery in the middle of the 2000s, which the famous “toxic tush doctor carried out,” Oneal Ron Morris, Rajee Narinesingh became well known as “Cement Face.”

Some things in the mix that were injected into the trans woman were cement, superglue, and tire sealant. It eventually hardened under the skin of her face and several other parts of her body, leaving her deformed.

Real surgeons assisted Narinesingh in repairing the damage caused by Morris during her appearance on the show Botched.

In the following article, find everything you want to know about Rajee Narinesingh and her life, including her new look.

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One of the most important things is finding a way to be happy and at ease within one’s body. It makes no difference if it means being bigger, skinnier, taller, or shorter; bald or covered in hair; or anything else that has to do with a person’s physical appearance.

Even though each of us probably has some aspects of our lives that we aren’t completely content with, in the end, it’s the most important thing to be able to accept yourself and be comfortable in your skin. The most important thing is to accept yourself first and stop seeking acceptance from others.

Others believe that change on a more fundamental level is required, in contrast to those who choose to tackle their problems by getting a new hairstyle, going to the gym, or even having cosmetic surgeries.

Rajee Narinesingh – “Cement Face”

Sadly, some people are born with the impression that they do not feel at home in their bodies of their gender. Because of this, gender reassignment surgery still exists, and it is currently more common than ever.

We want to stress once more how important it is for you to focus on what gives the most joy and satisfaction to your life. On the other hand, if you are ever considering surgery, we strongly suggest you speak with a professional doctor first. Because your health is at risk, you must do proper research.

It’s possible that gender reassignment wasn’t the first thing on transgender person Rajee Narinesingh’s mind when considering her choices. Although she was born in New York as a boy, the native always sensed that she was not like other people. Growing up, she always had the sense that she was a woman at heart, and as Rajee got older, she decided she wanted to have many plastic surgeries. It was found that they were, in fact, very expensive.

Narinesingh decided to enter the illegal market because he was poor. In 2005, a doctor known as the “toxic tush doctor,” Oneal Ron Morris, proceeded to inject his patient with a range of substances, including cement and superglue, which eventually hardened under the skin of her face, breast, hips, and even buttocks.

The news frightened Narinesingh so much that she vowed she would never go outside her house again. She was at a loss as to where she might find assistance, but luckily, not too much time passed before she was placed in the television series Botched, where she could receive the support she needed.

Narinesingh has now established itself as a well-known spokesperson for transgender people. Find out everything you want to know about her, including her new look, here.

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New York is the place where Rajee Narinesingh was born on April 7th, 1967.

Early life in New York

Even though she was born a male, she quickly concluded that she wasn’t quite like the other boys in her home and school.

“In those days, we didn’t have computers, so you couldn’t Google, like, ‘what does it feel like when you’re a boy, and you feel like a girl?’ You relate to what you see in your little community, and so what I connected to was when I saw gay people, and I saw feminine gay people, and I knew I was feminine, Codice I thought that was me,” Rajee Narinesingh explained.

“Then, when I started going to clubs and saw trans people, I thought, ‘Wow! I think that’s more me.’ So it was a lot of revelation.”

“I thought about all the things I did when I was growing up. Like taking the basketball, my dad had bought me. Instead of playing basketball with it, I was simulating pregnancy and pretending to give birth and be a mommy,” she said in another 2014 interview.

The city of Philadelphia was Narinesingh’s childhood home. She accepted that she was a woman as she got older and decided to have many plastic surgeries to enhance her female features with fillers. She decided to buy them on the black market because they were expensive.

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“The last thing I wanted was to look like a man in a dress. I wanted to be a beautiful woman,” Narinesingh said of her initial steps toward transition.

“So I chose to get injections done – in our community, it is called pumping.”

She finally met up with Oneal Ron Morris in the mid-2000s. Morris was a self-proclaimed plastic surgeon the media would later describe as a “toxic tush doctor.”

Her body was deformed with injections.

The injections were in no way safe. Narinesingh received several injections of cement and superglue, both illegal substances. Rajee claims that she only paid $100 for each session. According to the Sun-Sentinel, she reportedly received ten injections from Morris between 2007 and 2010.

“It becomes so dire that you want to match your outside with your inside that you’re willing to roll the dice and take your chances,” she said.

“As a transgender person, you’re thinking, ‘Oh, my God, I can start to look like I want to look like, and I don’t have to spend a lot of money,”

‘When it finally came to the day, I was more excited than nervous because I was finally going to be the woman I had always wanted to be. There was a room she had set up where she did a lot of medical procedures. It appeared to be pretty sterile,” Narinesingh explained.

“It was like an extra bedroom she had turned into a clinical area, and I would go in and pay the money. I got injections in my face, hips, and buttocks, and I was initially fine. But then the nightmare started.”

Rajee then suffered deformities on her face and other parts of her body. Her lips, chin, and cheeks developed large lumps.

According to the numbers, transgender people in the United States have been treated unfairly and badly by the police.

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For example, a report published in 2014 on the findings of a national survey of LGBT persons and people living with HIV indicated that 73% of respondents had encountered in-person contact with law enforcement at some point over the past five years. According to research by the Williams Institute at UCLA, 21% of these people had bad experiences with law enforcement.

“I felt like a monster.”

Because of the survey results, Rajee Narinesingh’s next step is simple to understand. Even though she was aware Morris’s injections could not have complied with the law, she decided not to report the event to the police. She was unable to resist her embarrassment.

Because of the events and how she looked, Narinesingh was so ashamed that she was afraid to leave her home.

“I felt like a monster, I did,” she told Barcroft Media, as quoted by the NY Post. “A sideshow circus clown.”

In 2012, Rajee began seeing Dr. John Martin of Coral Gables Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgery. He gave her softening injections and laser therapy to treat the botched surgery.

Thanks to Martin, Narinesingh went from “victim to victorious.”

At the same time, Rajee regained her confidence and even started dating.

“Now I’m feeling more confident, and with a good bit of makeup, I can achieve somewhat of an exotic look,” she explained.

“Recently, this guy said that being with me is like being with a sexy dragon. I didn’t know whether to slap him or kiss him.”

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In addition, help came from the reality series Botched, which launched on E! in 2016. Cosmetic surgeons Dr. Terry Dubrow and Dr. Paul Nassif made the selfless choice to help Rajee by doing cosmetic surgeries to even out the bumps on her face.

Rajee Narinesingh – appearance on ‘Botched.’

At first, it wasn’t certain that Rajee Narinesingh would be a part of the show. There is some uncertainty about that now. In the beginning, in 2015, she was denied due to the possible risks that the situation posed to her well-being. Luckily, they were able to help her after searching for a solution for a year.

“I have to make sure my plan is a conservative one, it’s a smart one, and it doesn’t take any careless risks with Rajee’s face,” Dr. Dubrow said on the show Botched.

Narinesingh underwent four surgeries over seven weeks to remove all of the toxic fillers that Oneal Ron Morris had injected into her body.

Rajee revealed that even after the procedures were complete, she continued to have some nodules in her breasts and buttocks. The most important thing, though, is that she felt that her altered face had given her confidence back and that she could finally see herself in the mirror. This was the most important thing.

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“My confidence has improved,” Narinesingh told Barcroft. “It has changed my life. It has.”

 “I know I’m a big personality, so I’m always going to get stares, but now the stares are a little different.”

This is Rajee Narinesingh today.

While this was happening, Oneal Ron Morris would eventually be held accountable for her risky surgeries. Following the death of one of her patients in 2017, she was sentenced to ten years in prison. In February 2021, Rajee Narinesingh was called by Morris and given a message.

She replied to Morris’ claim that she had been released by posting it on her Instagram profile. Even though Morris stated she was free, Narinesingh claimed that Oneal wouldn’t be freed until 2026. Rajee was ready to forgive Morris after he asked for her forgiveness.

“What I have become more aware of as I have lived my life is that if we can get stronger from the hardships we go through and learn from our mistakes, they become blessings. I feel the sincerity of your spirit, Sis, and I want you to know that I wish the very best for you,” Rajee Narinesingh said in her response to the “toxic tush doctor.”

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So, what exactly does Rajee Narinesingh have planned for today? The transgender lady has built herself up as an important public figure and labels herself as an activist, actress, mystic, and author in the United States. She has been a guest on more than 30 television shows worldwide and has written three books on her life and the things she has gone through.

She currently makes her home in Florida, where she is actively involved in the LGBTQ community and various other organizations. In addition to this, she helps with the communication of information regarding HIV prevention as well as life with HIV.

“I consider that a blessing.”

Rajee posts photos of herself on her Instagram account, and every one of them shows her stunning appearance.

“I call myself a world activist or a community activist. You know, my advocacy for the black-market injections took me global! No, it did! And now I hear from people in Uganda and Australia, honey. It’s crazy! I mean, Pakistan! Wow, it’s amazing,” Rajee told The Body.

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“So that’s one of the blessings. I consider the whole situation with my black-market injections and all the suffering I went through — a blessing because it gave me a bigger platform to do my advocacy and activism.”

“You know, even before all the corrective surgery,” she added, “I thought, ‘Hey, this happened to me, and if I can share my story, educate people, and prevent this from happening to someone else, then I’ve made lemon meringue pie out of lemons.'”

We are delighted that Rajee Narinesingh could make it through the hardship of having those painful injections since she is exceptionally courageous. We hope her life is filled with success in the future.

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