Daisy Keech’s Instagram is filled with photos of her toned physique.
She prides herself on having a peachy booty and loves showing it off – but because of this, the 19-year-old has come under fire from fellow users.
Many have accused her of digitally enhancing her behind or having work done to achieve its appearance.
But she’s always remained adamant that it was natural and she’d worked hard to make her body look the way it does.
And now it seems she finally has the proof she needs to put an end to the cruel comments.
Keech has gone the extra mile to prove to the haters that her favourite feature is 100 percent real.
The teen teamed up with Beverly Hills plastic surgeon, Dr. Ashkan Ghavami to have her bum certified as real.
In a video shared to Instagram Dr. Ghavami examines the skin on the area as the model stands in a g-string.
He confirms that her glutes haven’t been tampered with in any way as far as he can tell.
“I have a natural, young, athletic female here, who has a genetically blessed body,” explains the doctor. “Her buttocks are real, so I told her, you know what, a lot of people are hating on you saying your butt’s not real on Instagram and all that so I am going to certify it as a butt expert it’s real.
“I know it’s real for multiple reasons, first of all her age, she’s never had kids, her buttock has a Iot of firmness to it, a lot of volume, I don’t see any skin changes that mean she’s had anything artificial injected, I don’t see any little incisions that point to fat transfer.”
He added: “She has 19-year-old tight tight skin and she does hip thrusts, she actually eats meat and a well-balanced diet and does bulk muscle training. All of this points to the fact that it’s a real buttock.”
The video has been liked over 151,000 times and many of her followers have been supportive.
One wrote: “Hahaha I love you for this.”
Another commented: “Your body is perfect and you are beautiful.”
A third added: “Amazing!!”
However there were some who thought it was outrageous that Keech had to do this in the first place.
“Imagine caring this much about what people think,” replied someone else.
A second posted: “Damn that’s sad that you have to prove you ain’t fake these days.”
“Oh my god I can’t believe this was necessary,” added a different user.