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REALLY Big Sean! Rapper says he's gained two inches in height thanks to regular chiropractor visits


REALLY Big Sean! Rapper says he’s gained two inches in height thanks to regular chiropractor visits

Big Sean said that he’s had a two-inch growth spurt thanks to repeated trips to a chiropractor.

The 33-year-old musical artist, in an Instagram Stories post Monday, stood next to his 5’10 friend Ronnie in friend to illustrate the height differential he was referring to.

‘How da f*** I grow 2 inches?’ the Blessings artist said. ‘Chiropractor for a year straight twice a week, that’s how. Straight spine that’s how.’

The latest: Big Sean, 33, said that he's had a two-inch growth spurt thanks to repeated trips to a chiropractor

The latest: Big Sean, 33, said that he’s had a two-inch growth spurt thanks to repeated trips to a chiropractor

He said that people consider often have a misconception that he’s about 5’6, adding, ‘No, for real, I probably grew like a couple of inches.’

The rapper, whose real name is Sean Michael-Leonard Anderson, previously discussed the story behind his nickname in a chat with E! News in 2015.

He told the outlet that one of his mentors when he was younger also had the name Sean – standing at 6’8 – and that they flipped nicknames ‘just to be funny,’ with him being called Big Sean while his mentor had the nickname Little Sean.

‘I got the name growing up in Detroit,’ the rapper said.

The musical artist, in an Instagram Stories post Monday, stood next to his 5'10 friend Ronnie in friend to illustrate the height differential he was referring to

The musical artist, in an Instagram Stories post Monday, stood next to his 5’10 friend Ronnie in friend to illustrate the height differential he was referring to

The Body of Beverly Hills Wellness center’s experts said that while chiropractors can’t ‘actually make you a few inches taller,’ patients ‘can notice a change in … height after a few sessions with your chiropractor.’

The center said that the ‘secret lies in the spinal adjustment and posture changes that occur with chiropractic care.’

It’s been a busy summer for the recording artist, who recently sold his Mulholland Estates mansion in Beverly Hills for $11.9 million, People reported Tuesday.

The Bounce Back performer had initially purchased the seven-bedroom, eight-bathroom home from Slash of Guns N’ Roses in 2018 for $8.7 million. 

Out and about: The rapper was snapped in Beverly Hills in June at a fashion show

Out and about: The rapper was snapped in Beverly Hills in June at a fashion show 



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