Popular relationship expert and therapist, Blessing Nkiruka Okoro, better known as Blessing CEO has revealed that had she known the advantages that buttock enlargement surgery comes to, she would have done it a long time ago. Blessing disclosed this in a post on her official Instagram account today.
Recall that a few weeks ago, the relationship therapist went under the knife to enhance her body structure. Many people berated her decision because she preached against doing the surgery in the past. But it seems like Blessing has now seen the reason why women undergo surgery to enhance their backsides.
In the post she shared today, Blessing advised ladies to forget about social media noise and do their liposuction surgery if they have an interest in it because it comes with some advantages. She cited that both men and women love big backsides but most of them will not mention it.
"Yansh can’t be underrated. Both men and women love it, don't mind them they are noise makers." She wrote.
See her post below;
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