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I'm not embarrassed about getting my butt lifted — Zainab Bakare responds to critics

Actress Zainab Bakare claims there is no need for her to undergo a butt lift, a surgical treatment designed to enhance the appearance of the buttocks, in secret. She stated, "I feel nobody will beat me for telling the truth," in a Saturday Beats interview. Is it necessary for me to hide? Since I don't live my life for other people, I don't need to hide.

When asked why she had her butt lifted, Bakare responded, "I wasn't uncomfortable with my body. I simply become weary of waist training. I grew tired of being a perfectionist when it came to appearances. There is always that stiffness there for me when people hug me (caused by feeling the waist trainer). I eventually became upset, so I wondered if I might pay for the surgery with my money.

In response to a question about how she feels following the treatment, she stated, "When something that is bothering one clears up, one feels relieved." I feel exactly that way.

The actress insisted that she had no criticism for those who disapprove of butt implants. "I don't have anything to say to them," she said. For those who are interested, I will simply suggest that they go to the proper facility where it will be completed successfully and without issues. If one has the money and feels their stomach is too big or is uneasy with their body, they should go for it. It is not a major issue. No matter how minor a surgery is, it has a 50/50 probability, as doctors frequently state. I'm not sure why people condemn it so harshly to the point where it makes individuals who engage in it feel guilty.

Bakare added when asked how she felt about her career at this time, "I am not there yet, but I am grateful to God for how far He has carried me." I ask for increased fortitude, goodness, and all the positive aspects of life.

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