DANGEROUS CURVES: Going Pear-Shaped For Extreme Hourglass Influencer

An influencer is facing fury on social media over her extreme ‘slim thick’ figure.

Syrian national Marwa Rateb, 31, rose to fame as an actress and is well-known for her eye-popping proportions.

The influencer recently refused to accept an apology from Mortada Ghafouri, a famous Iranian blogger who described her appearance as “strange”.

Syrian actress and influencer Marwa Rateb, 31, (pictured) who lives in the United Arab Emirates, causes controversy over her body shape. (@marwa_rateb/Newsflash)

But now the row has triggered a social media pile-on, with netizens tearing into Marwa over her extreme curves.

‘mennaanwar62’ asked: “How do you sleep like this?”

While ‘mr21c_’ questioned: “Are you convinced that this shape is beautiful?”

Syrian actress and influencer Marwa Rateb, 31, (pictured) who lives in the United Arab Emirates, causes controversy over her body shape. (@marwa_rateb/Newsflash)

And ‘abo._salim99’ claimed: “It’s edited on Photoshop.”

While ‘mon.amoree’ remarked: “She is the fake Kim Kardashian.”

The actress had previously been accused of getting secret plastic surgery, as well as hiding her true figure from the public using padded dresses.

Syrian actress and influencer Marwa Rateb, 31, (pictured) who lives in the United Arab Emirates, causes controversy over her body shape. (@marwa_rateb/Newsflash)

In a recent Snapchat video, she said she did not regret any of her ops, saying that some people bully her simply because she has become trendy.

Marwa has described herself on various occasions as “the most beautiful woman on Earth” and claims to have spent AED 1 million (GBP 230,000) on plastic surgery.

According to Dr Dirk Kremer, a German board-certified plastic surgeon based in London, ideas around plastic surgery have shifted in the last 20 years following a change in what is considered beautiful.

Syrian actress and influencer Marwa Rateb, 31, (pictured) who lives in the United Arab Emirates, causes controversy over her body shape. (@marwa_rateb/Newsflash)

In his article ‘How You Become Who You Are: A New Concept of Beauty for Plastic Surgery’, he explained: “The ’00s promoted the appeal of ‘fake beauty’, with celebrities including Katie Price, Donatella Versace, Jodie Marsh and of course Michael Jackson leading the trend by undergoing extreme aesthetic enhancements.”

He also wrote that “today beauty seems possible, accessible, and more democratic than ever before” and that advancements in the availability of cosmetic procedures will create a social imperative to be beautiful in order to avoid subtle discrimination.

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