Ali Wong, the leading cast of Netflix’s Beef, has been accused of receiving plastic surgery as she does not look natural in the series. Viewers claim the 40-year-old star does not have any signs of wrinkles or lines. However, Ali has neither accepted nor denied the allegations.
A horrific traffic collision brought on by road rage between two people starts a dark series of events that might completely change both of their lives. Ali Wong and Steven Yeun are the main characters in the recently launched Netflix and A24 series, Beef. Although Wong is a self-made businessman with an apparent ideal life, Yeun portrays a handyman in need of money.
The characters of Wong and Yeun are thrust into a bloody conflict in Lee Sung Jin’s limited series, and the two characters go to absurd lengths to get revenge on one another for the road rage that serves as the series’ starting point.
Even though she started her career as a stand-up comedian, Ali Wong is progressively making her name as an actress. In the Netflix series, her performance has been praised by many. On the other hand, many viewers claim she looks a little unnatural in the series. As a result, they wonder if she has undergone plastic surgery to enhance her beauty. Well, let’s find out the truth.
Ali Wong’s Plastic Surgery: The Beef Cast Has Not Made Any Remarks on the Allegations Yet!
While many viewers claim that Ali Wong (@aliwong) has undergone plastic surgery looking at her appearance in Netflix’s Beef, the 40-year-old stand-up comedian & actress has not made any statements on the allegations yet. As of now, she does seem to be concerned with the allegation rather is enjoying the release of her series.
Ali Wong has not made any remarks about her alleged plastic surgery.
Source: Good Morning America
Comparing her before and after pictures, we agree that Ali looks even younger. Additionally, her skin in the Netflix series looks so smooth as it does not have a single hint of lines or wrinkles. Considering she is already in her 40s, we believe her face must have shown a few signs of aging. This directly indicates that she might have undergone plastic surgery to enhance her beauty.
If not for plastic surgery, we strongly believe she might have received non-surgical treatments such as Botox and fillers to avoid aging. In today’s date, a lot of people, especially celebrities, prefer these treatments to maintain their beauty.
While Ali Wong has not made any remarks on if she has received any cosmetic treatments, we believe she should not be criticized for doing whatever makes her happy. It’s a personal decision after all. Anyway, we’ll certainly get back to you as soon as our sourced gather information about the secret to her beauty or let’s say, anti-aging.
Ali Wong’s Mom Asked Her to Wait Until She Dies Prior to Her Divorce From Her Ex-husband, Justin Hakuta!
For the first time, Ali Wong discussed her divorce from her ex-husband, Justin Hakuta. After eight years of marriage, Wong and Hakuta announced their separation last year. The stand-up comedian spoke to The Hollywood Reporter about telling her mother that her relationship was ending. She shared,
I did not expect the announcement to be so widespread, but by far the hardest part about getting divorced was my mother’s reaction….I had told her before that I thought we might get divorced, and she was really upset.
Before splitting from Hakuta, she noted that her mother her if she could wait until she died. She then added,
But she’s 82, what do I expect? She hasn’t had her period in 40 years. She’s in the sha-ha-hallows of senior citizenship. But it was still really f—ing hard dealing with all her fear of the shame it would bring her.
Ali Wong and her ex-husband, Justin Hakuta.
Source: Fox News
One perk of her separation making news during this challenging period in her life was that her mother did not have to tell any of her friends. Instead, after reading the story in a few Chinese and Vietnamese newspapers, they all called her mother.
Wong’s representative confirmed to TODAY.com in April 2022 that the comic and Hakuta had decided to part ways. After first meeting at a friend’s wedding, the ex-couple got married in 2014. Wong has made jokes about marriage in her well-liked stand-up specials, such as Ali Wong: Baby Cobra from 2016 and Ali Wong: Hard Knock Wife from 2018. Also, she would crack jokes about their two daughters, Mari (b. 2015) and Nikki (b. 2017).