Blast From The Past: What About The Kids? Andressa Soares Is Popular Because Of Her Shaking Big Cake In Front Of Kids!

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Cakes, Freaks, News

Meet Andressa Soares. For those that don’t know her, Andressa became popular in Brazil after she posted a video a few years back of her shaking bunda profusely in front of children. Since then, Soares has gone on to Playboy, television and become known as the “Watermelon Woman” because of her cake size.

Soares says that people have noticed her cake since she was a kid:

“Even my friend’s parents would say, wow look at the size of the bottom on that girl.”

Is that even appropriate?

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  • Busted and Disgusted. your parents must be proud.

  • aleximaq

    this shyt is rather old…like real old…

  • Clarkekent3000

    She’s much more than that and this is old news….

  • We "Blacks" Are The REAL Hebrew Israelites

    Meh. This is old news that shouldn’t have been news in the first place.

  • nice

    Awesome cake and awesome post.

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  • R_U_Trying_To_Prove_Her_Right?

    have your people ever been to Rio de Janeiro, and saw how MOMS with their kids show up on the beaches?

    get real.

  • Mr.uPPeR CuTTs

    Dats what I’m talking about.

  • sexysha

    Who cares?


    She looks like most Black women that stay in the gym………..

  • Silent Swagg

    sick and so inappropriate..

  • http://deleted white male

    This is the lead story on cnn world news right now


  • http://deleted white male

    if this is going to be a story than you can atleast put a clearer @ss pic

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  • don

    They don’t come too big. I know, I know they don’t come too big.

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