Lady Blasts IG Vendors Who Secretly Undergo Plastic Surgery Then Come Online To Say This To Others
By Oluwapolycarp | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 5224 views
In our society today, ladies are doing everything possible to make sure that they look good, beautiful and attractive. But it is rather alarming to know that most of them are living a life of others. It is revealing that some of the ladies we see carrying “Heavy Backside,” is a product of plastic surgery.
In that regard, a Nigerian lady on Instagram has come out to call on those trying to deceive other people by their actions to stop it. According to her, this is 2021 and those IG vendors of enhancement cream for all sorts of things concerning the ladies should stop it or else she would disgrace them.
The video went viral on social media after it was shared by GossipmillNaija. The lady in that video warned that those doing such should respect themselves and stop telling people about their fake "Bakassi" after they might have gone through surgery.
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