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Human Ken, Human Barbie drama: Augmented living Barbie dolls clash

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Get this: A "Human Ken" and "Human Barbie" spat is in full effect. On April 8, the Hollywood Gossip reported that Valeria Lukyanova and Justin Jedlica, two Barbie Doll wannabes of the famous Mattel novelty, are openly underwhelmed at one another. Who knew that "real life" Ken and Barbie dolls were involved in a lovers’ quarrel.

Jedlica, who has undergone 140 or more (who's counting?) plastic surgery procedures to morph into a living Ken Barbie Doll model, didn't parse his words in a recent interview over his widely-believed bosom buddy.

It turns out that Lukyanova, who claims to have only gone under the knife once (boob job), is very low on his list of admired dolls, ehem, humans.

Jedlica sat down recently with GQ Magazine and dished on his lack of fondness for Lukyanova, a Ukrainian model or something like that.

Like the toy Barbie dolls, the living plastic duo met at a photoshoot. And considering how much they had in common -- on the surface -- social media rumors swirled that they were an item. Think about it: A Human Ken & Human Barbie romance! What a story that would have made for, had it panned out, right?

According to Justin, Valeria is an “illusionist,” who fakes the funk by wearing makeup and hair extensions.

Valeria presents herself as a real-life Barbie doll, but she is nothing more than an illusion who dresses like a drag queen," he reportedly said.

And to seal his point, Justin said his "arch nemesis" merely plays dress-up and once the makeup comes off, she looks like a plain Jane.

Imagine that?

But wait; Jedlica boasts about spending $150,000 and counting on augmented procedures. So, of the two silicone-fabricated Human Barbies, which one is being a less real or true to themselves?

Lo and behold, Lukyanova also sat down with GQ and talked about life in general. During that Q&A session recently, the so-called Human Barbie revealed two other things the so-called Human Ken left out: She's a racist and hates the thought of raising children.

The very idea of children brings out this deep revulsion in me…I'd rather die from torture because the worst thing in the world is to have a family lifestyle,” she told the magazine.

The bigoted part emerged when Valeria admitted her disdain for race-mixing, of which she says causes "degeneration." In other words, she advocates the practice of ethnicities breeding among their own kind. Otherwise, it creates hybrid races and tosses elements of natural beauty out the door. She blames the rising numbers of plastic surgeries on interracial couples raising families.

Oh joy!

For now, the Human Ken-Human Barbie altercation appears to be one-sided. But things can change as fast as Ken gets another implant.


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