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MTV's True Life/Now Profiles 17-Year-Old Using His Parents' Money to Get the 'Perfect Booty'

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How far will they go?

PEOPLE can exclusively reveal a sneak peek at this week’s episode of MTV’s reboot True Life/Nowwhich profiles three people willing to stop at nothing for the “perfect booty.”

First up, a 17-year-old asking his parents to pay for a procedure that will transfer fat to his buttocks.

“The price isn’t what’s important to me,” he says.

“But it’s important to us,” they remind him.

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There’s also an Army wife willing to put her marriage on the line for the same thing.

“Social media has affected my self-esteem — I don’t love myself,” she admits.

And last but not least, an Instagram star feuds with her loved ones over the procedure.

“[Social media] didn’t go my head,” she insists. “It just showed me what I can do.”

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The award-winning docu-series True Life premiered in 1998. The reboot, which premiered last week with a Kardashian-focused episode, uncovers stories of real people immersed in today’s biggest social phenomena, ranging from celebrity fandom to photo-filter addiction.

And it’s already caught some A-list attention: Kim Kardashian West tweeted a heart emoji in response to a tweet from Graysen Ramos, who appeared on the “Obsessed with Being a Kardashian” premiere and recreated one of the star’s looks with his husband for the show.

Jose Guerra

True Life/Now airs Wednesdays (10 p.m. ET) on MTV.