Last year, reality star Hazel-E became infamous for her attack on the LGBT community and her careless remarks about dark-skinned women in a bizarre rant, which left many to believe that she missed the memo that melanin is magic and a movement. Tuh!
Looking to fix her life (literally!), Hazel signed on to appear on Iyanla's Fix My Life later this month. From the looks of it, we'd say she wants your forgiveness. See the emotional clip below:
Seemingly moving on with her life, the former Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood cast member took to her one million Instagram followers to show off her "Goldielocks" hair. Except everyone can't help but notice how different she looks.
Peep the new photo below that has the internet questioning if the 37-year-old made a secret visit to a plastic surgeon.
Commenters swiftly began calling her out on how much smaller her nose was and how much lighter her skin looked. Some even referenced her as "whole new person."
Of course, some fans are in favor of Hazel's "glow-up," if you will:
But of course, others weren't feeling it:
Clearly, there are still some serious mixed feelings about Hazel-E, leaving us to wonder if it will change in her favor when the show airs?
Guess we will have to wait until the end of the month to find out. What do you think — is it just good lighting or did she receive a little bit of "help?" Drop us a line in the comments.
(Photo: Jerritt Clark/Getty Images for Interscope Records)
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