Zainab Bakare, a Yoruba actress from Nollywood, has explained why she underwent butt surgery despite the alarming fatality rate that has been reported on social media.
She takes satisfaction in her actions, saying that she refused to be frightened by them because they were motivated by her feelings about waist training.
Zainab Bakare discussed her decision to have butt surgery with Saturday Beats in an interview. She also talked about how she felt throughout the process and other personal information.
Speaking on why she got a butt lift, Zainab Bakare claimed she was tired of waist training, which usually gets in her way whenever she gets a hug from people. She also stressed that she was comfortable with her body but needed the change.
She disclosed she felt relieved since she had undergone the process and was not intimidated by what anyone would say; rather, she would advise them to get theirs in a perfect hospital.
She said: “I feel nobody will beat me for saying the truth. Why should I hide? I don’t have to hide because I am not living my life for people.
“It is not that I was not comfortable with my body. I just got tired of waist training. I am a perfectionist when it comes to dressing up and I got tired. When people hug me, there is always that hardness there for me (caused by feeling the waist trainer). I got irritated at some point, so I felt if I could get the procedure with my money.
“When there is something disturbing one, and that thing goes away, one feels relieved. That is exactly how I feel.
“I don’t have anything to say to them. For those who want to do it, I will just advise them to go to the right hospital where it will be done well without complications. If one has the money and one feels one’s stomach is too big, or one is not comfortable with one’s body, one can go for it. It is not a big deal. Like doctors often say, every surgery has a 50/50 chance, no matter how small it is. I don’t know why people condemn it so much to the point of making those who do it feel like they are committing a sin.
“I am not there yet but I am thankful to God for how far He has brought me. I pray for more strength, grace, and all the good things of life.”
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