DeJesus, 23, went to Dr. Miami’s office with Marroquin, 25, to undergo a breast lift, tummy tuck and butt reshaping procedure. “We’re going to reshape the booty, because with the pregnancy, some of the pregnancy weight went to the booty,” Dr. Miami explained in a Snapchat video. “So it’s a little too big for your frame. So we’re going to balance that all out.”
After the surgery, DeJesus went on Instagram live to give fans an update on her recovery. She explained that her mom Roxanne brought her daughters Nova with ex-boyfriend Austin and Stella with ex-boyfriend Luis Hernandez to the office to surprise her. Also in attendance was her baby daddy Austin!
Although Marroquin was supposed to help DeJesus recover, he was spotted on Snapchat at his Miami hotel making plans to go out.
When Austin appeared on DeJesus’ Instagram Live feed, fans assumed Marroquin left because he showed up. “Your baby daddy is there! That’s why Javi left,” one fan wrote. Austin told fans over Twitter that they were “accurate” about Marroquin ditching DeJesus after her surgery.
Marroquin exclusively told RadarOnline.com of the drama, “I should’ve never went. I should’ve went to LA like I was supposed to. We broke up for a reason and yesterday reassured me that.”
Kailyn Lowry's ex-husband clarified that he “definitely didn’t leave because of him.”
In January, Marroquin exclusively confirmed to RadarOnline.com that he split from DeJesus because he didn’t agree with her decision to have the procedures posted on social media. "Some questions about our futures couldn’t be answered because we both do have kids and live 2 different lifestyles her being in Florida and me in Delaware,” he said. “I didn’t agree with some of her future plans being exposed for the world to see for our future and any future employers and I wish we could’ve compromised. The surgery itself wasn’t the issue."
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