Surgeon films rap videos while operating on unconscious patients (Photos)

In one video she is seen literally cutting into the abdomen of a patient while singing “Cut It.”

Boutté’s unconventional marketing technique – filming herself rapping and dancing to popular rap songs while operating on unconscious people and posting the videos on sites like YouTube has caused a fierce online storm.


In the over 20 now-deleted videos on her account, patients are often shamelessly exposed despite never having given their consent to be used as props in the doctor’s amateur videos.

In one of the shocking videos, Dr. Boutté can be seen literally cutting into the abdomen of one of her patients while dancing and rapping to the O.T. Genasis song “Cut It.”

In another, she can be seen leaning over the exposed buttock of an unconscious patient while holding surgical instruments without gloves or a surgical mask and proudly rapping her very own version of Migos’ “Bad and Boujee’’

Back-up dancers

Sometimes, the Liburn dermatologist would even use her staff as back-up dancers while someone else filmed their whole routine.

Unfortunately, posting these tasteless promotional videos online is far from the worst that Dr. Windell Boutté is accused to have done to her patients. She has settled 5 malpractice cases in the last 6 months and has 4 more pending.


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