‘Christian BBL’: Influencer Sophiology’s Wording Trends But Angers Netizens 

Have you come across the term “Christian BBL” lately? Well, this word is trending, an influencer coins it, but it is angering the netizens. 

Christian BBL

Well, let’s get down to the basics before we get down to business. A “BBL” is the short term and acronym for “Brazilian Butt Lifts.”

According to information from Cleveland Clinic, BBL is a procedure that augments the look of the patient’s buttocks aside from removing fat from other parts of their body. The result is a fuller and rounder derriere. 

It is one of the most in-demand cosmetic surgeries in the United States, but also is one of the most dangerous procedures around. 

These dangers are because of the extremely high mortality rate of the procedure due to the risk of fat embolisms. Fat embolism occurs when fat becomes stuck in the person’s bloodstream, thereby creating a blockage that can be fatal. 

But BBLs are still a popular beauty procedure because of their results and slimming effects. 

Some of the celebrities who reportedly got BBL procedure include Cardi B, Kim Kardashian, and Kylie Jenner, among other names. 


In the world of influencers, one of those who went under BBL is Sophia “Sophiology” Idahosa. Sophiology is a Christian YouTuber and content creator whose name is taken from the term “sophiology,” which refers to a controversial religious school of thought

Recently, she posted a video on YouTube, explaining why she decided to undergo BBL and addressing the backlash she has received for going under the knife this way. You can watch the video below. 

“I have never presented myself to be [a] holy, perfect example. I’ve always vouched for the girls that love God and are not accepted by others,” Sophiology said. 

She then coined the term “Christian BBL,” which she said she had, but left folks confused about what constitutes a “Christian” version of BBL. 

Since she got even more criticism, she posted another YouTube video a day later.

“I’m not supposed to change how God made me or whatever, but I did, and I chose to be honest about it,” she said, but clarifying, “It was never in my intentions to make fun of God in any way.”

You can watch the second video below.

Lindley Agustin

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