•"I did my boobs for a man who didn’t even end up marrying me! He funded that shit, gave me $35,000 (Sh3,500,000) plus flight, hotel, shopping. " - Huddah Monoroe
Getting a botox and going through liposuction seems to be the latest trend.
The big question is how safe is it?
Tanasha Donna is the latest celebrity to go through botox surgery to enhance her curves.
Two years ago, Tanasha Donna went on her social media and announced that she would like to change a lot about her body.
Now, she seems to have actualized that dream, She shared a video on her Instagram showing off her derriere and hips that are a size or two bigger than her normal size.
Back then, speaking to her millions of fans on Instagram, Tanasha said during a live session, "There is so much stuff I don’t like about myself. I don’t like my body. I don’t like my butt because actually, I don’t have a butt as it is what it is."
Adding, "Actually, I’m thinking of getting a surgery done next year but no Silicon but I will do fat transfer and I’m gon’ be quite open about it and honest. As at the end of the day I believe what is important is who you are deep down and inside (sic),” she said.
Risper Faith is also another celebrity who went through liposuction to get rid of her tummy after she delivered her son via CS.
The stylish socialite cum businesswoman did not like how her stomach looked after delivery. It was interfering with her esteem so she sought help.
According to the mother of one, she spent a whopping Ksh 450K to get back a flat tummy.
Vera Sidika has also been under the doctor's Huddah Monore has been under the knife, she had her breasts enlarged something she later regretted.
Socialite Huddah Monroe has revealed that she did a boob job to please a man.
The socialite claims she ‘regrets’ going under the knife because the man who made her do it left her.
"If there’s one thing I have told my 20-year-old self, it is, ‘Don’t do your boobs.
I did my boobs for a man who didn’t even end up marrying me! He funded that shit, gave me $35,000 (Sh3,500,000) plus flight, hotel, shopping. Motherf***er! God forgive you."Huddah wrote on social media.
In 2017, Huddah went for corrective surgery in Beverly Hills after the first one went wrong. After a successful surgery, she posted a photo with one of the doctors who did the job.
"Got complications from a previous cosmetic surgery I had (a story for another day) and I am pleased with my Doctors who have done an incredible job on me.
I can’t be more thankful! I could’ve died but I’m well now," she wrote.
Vera Sidika has also never been shy to admit that she has done surgery.
Her breast surgery which included silicone implants cost her an eye-watering Sh2 million in Beverly Hills in the United States of America a few years ago.
Justifying her quest to have the surgery, Vera disclosed that she went for the implants to make her body proportional because she used to be thick with a flat chest.
"I wasn't proportional.
I used to be thick but not proportional, so I just decided to be proportional and added my boobs. On the upside, I don't have to wear bras anymore.
It cost me $20,000 (Sh.2 million) at Beverly Hills. They are actually good," she said.
Former Miss Tanzania Wema Sepetu also went through a gastric bypass surgery to help lose her weight which had shot to more than 100kgs.
The surgery ensures that she maintains a petite body size by eating right and exercise.
The former model lost more than 50 kgs
Speaking about what she looked forward to after the surgery, Wema shared:
‘I see a new Wema, I see myself going international. I have not been very confident before the camera. I do not like the person I am before the camera, I see new projects coming my way. I was 50 kgs but now I am 106KGS, what have I been eating?
I hope to gain my confidence as I lost my confidence somewhere in between. I look forward to embracing my beauty.''
Would you go through a botox or liposuction to modify your body?
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