Singapore first man with breast implant back at it again – Steven Lim level or not, you decide
In April 2013, Mr Kurt Tay, then 27, becomes famous when the self-proclaimed singer went for a breast augmentation surgery in Bangkok.
At the time, he said that after a string of failed attempts to date women, he wanted the breasts “to feel better”. Kurt also claimed then that he felt it was as shiok (good) as winning a lottery with the implants.
Eight months after getting his implants, he married Madam Kim Ngan, a 29-year-old Vietnamese national. With his new wife feeling embarrassed to go out with him due to stares from the public, he later remove his C-cup breast implants.
Now the breast-man is back on the internet, this time round he posted a video of him waiting for his hater. It seems like a hater by the name of Jacky have posted comments saying that he wants to beat Kurt up and they have arranged a meeting to fight it out.
Kurt can be seen all dressed for the occasion wearing a Heavyweight Championship Belt around his waist. But his preparation went to drain as he never get to meet Jacky face to face. However, from Kurt’s Facebook page, Jacky did seem to appear at the exact same block they were supposed to meet at. Was Jacky playing cat & mouse with Kurt? Kurt probably got played out this round.
In the video, Kurt can be seen shouting profanity at Jacky, who he calls a “humji” for not turning up.
Is he at the same level as Steven Lim, or is this guy at another level above?
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