Mom stuns with $30 booty-boosting hack for Kardashian curves
Hip, hip, hooray — this mom found a way to get Beyoncé’s hourglass shape without going under the knife.
“Amazon dropped a new set of hips off at my doorstep,” Tiana Morris told The Post of the viral padded undergarments she discovered via the online retailer. “I feel like I got a Brazilian Butt Lift for $30.”
The cushioned shapewear, available in sizes small through 6XL and priced between $22.98 and $29.98, are polyester shorts with lightweight foam inserts added to the outer hip.
Men and women can slide the form-fitting frillies on under a dress, skirt or jeans to give the illusion of a curvy, Kim Kardashian-esque rump.
And when Morris, a 34-year-old criminal defense attorney from Charlotte, North Carolina, tried on the body-enhancing shorts she almost didn’t recognize herself.
“When I put them on I was like, ‘Oh my God. Who’s that?” laughed the mother of two boys.
She amassed over 1.5 million views Monday with a TikTok testimonial about the voluminous undies hack.
In the trending clip, titled “Amazon is selling BBLs,” Morris gave her more than 31,000 followers a before-and-after look at her frame, showcasing the amplified fullness the shorts offer her otherwise slender figure.
And online fans of her newly refined fanny went wild.
“You look bomb,” commented one viewer. “And there’s no healing time. Amazon you outdid your self with this one,” chimed another, joking that Morris attained the body shape of her dreams without suffering through an invasive and costly cosmetic procedure — which usually comes with a price tag between $8,000 to $11,000.
“My hips aren’t the most curvaceous feature of my body,” Morris admitted. “I’ve never lacked in the butt area, but my slim hips have always bugged me.”
Prior to purchasing the shape-boosting foundation garments, she considered undergoing hip augmentation surgery in an effort to attain her ideal voluptuousness.
“I’ve thought about [cosmetic surgery], but everyone I’ve seen who’s gotten their hips done or who’s gotten a BBL always looks crazy,” she said.
“Their bodies typically don’t look natural, and it doesn’t seem worth the financial cost or health risk,” she added of the oft-dangerous operation. “So, I’m thrilled that I found this safe way to look as sexy on the outside as I feel on the inside.”
And to the detractors of her derrière-booting bloomers, Morris says, “What’s the difference between wearing these padded shorts and wearing a push-up bra? Both give you the extra boost of confidence you might need depending on your outfit of the day.”
And if any potential romantic partners have an issue with the hip-accentuating accessory, the no-nonsense diva reminds: “If you don’t like, you don’t have to date me. Somebody else will love it.”