Oluwabusayo Victoria Abiri (aka Khloe), a former housemate of the big brother naija reality show has recently revealed that she underwent plastic surgery to enhance her body, and that she is glad she went for the procedure. The reality TV star also stated that she got the procedure done in less than two weeks. Khloe revealed all this in a chat with Ehizojie Okoeguale, a video Jockey.
However, in her statements, Khloe made mention of some important things about the procedure that anyone who intends to go for the procedure should take note of.
1. One of the things that was revealed in Khloe's comment was that only poverty makes people reject plastic surgery. This statements indirectly pointed that the procedure is expensive. A quick check on medical expert website showed that the starting price for plastic surgery in Nigeria is around 950,000 naira, and I believe this price is for a standard procedure. So, anyone who wants to go for plastic surgery should know that the procedure is expensive.
Source: Medical Expert.
2. The second point to note is that the procedure is painful. Khloe directly stated this during the chat that the procedure was very painful for her but it was worth it. She also made it clear that she does not know if she would like to go under the knife again because of the pain that often comes along with the procedure.
The TV star also talked about how she was scared at first to go for the procedure but ended up doing it.
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