Below are different opinions from Nigerians celebrities on the trend of cosmetic surgery which is fast becoming a big business in Africa.
With the rate at which celebrities crave for cosmetic surgery and with a hospital specialized in such now situated in Lekki, actress Princess Shyngle feels movie producers will soon find it difficult scouting for slim actresses.
“By the end of 2020 the entire movie industry in Africa will be curvy women with big ass and small waist and if a producer wants a skinny woman for a role he’ll have to go to another continent to look for slim actress because ours will have massive curves”.
Actress Ini Edo, who had fans complaining about her shape after she appeared in the movie Chief Daddy, revealed that her figure is the work of God.
“Just look at the perfection and beauty of God’s work…Lion no de born goat If I had 10,000. tongues, it still won’t be enough to thank You, my Father, for the privilege of being called Your own”, she shared.
Juliet Ibrahim on her own part threw shade at those who have gone under the knife. According to her, “Don’t stand too close to the heater, babe. Plastic melts”.
As for Toke Makinwa, the OAP revealed in 2018 that she hated her body which informed her decision to fix it.
”This year I stopped complaining and changed things. I hated my body, I fixed it, (best decision ever). I hated hanging around certain people who made me feel small; I dropped them, I learnt to forgive (I still struggle but it’s a journey), I learnt to be at peace. #2018Lessons,” she tweeted.
One can’t help but admit that men are the reason why women are now fixing their body by undergoing cosmetic surgery which is quite dangerous if not properly done.
One of such men is actor Wale Ojo who while describing cosmetic surgery said, “It’s a huge business and women are particular about their looks. I prefer the natural looks though. I am not a fan of cosmetic surgery. If I see it, I will admire and that’s it.”
While some are still considering graduating to the level of fixing their boobs after they fixed their butt, Tonto Dikeh has gone far ahead as she’s now at the level of fixing her fingers.
Well, the new trend has seen a few deaths with many women who had successful surgery ending up damaged. But such news hasn’t deterred Nigerian ladies from craving to go under the knife.
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