I often beg men to focus on my face, not my big boobs – Njideka George

I often beg men to focus on my face, not my big boobs – Njideka George

Nollywood actress Njideka George frankly discusses the difficulties of determining her bra size and the benefits of being a well-endowed lady.

In discussing how her large bosom has influenced her life as a woman and performer, both favorably and badly, she stressed the dual nature of the experience.

In a video posted on various social platforms, the curvaceous Igbo actress reiterated her acknowledgment of her thick figure.

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Njideka George further expressed contentment with her body, recognizing the multitude of blessings it brings along with some less encouraging aspects.

“Everything I wear is revealing because I’m a busty lady. Of course, people always ask questions. I’m not bothered that I look big up, and look small down. I don’t have business handless clothes and I don’t like bras but I have to wear them.

“Finding my bra size is almost possible, so when I eventually find one that fits I buy two or three of it even if it’s the same colour. Of course, as a busty babe, I don’t have a big bum yet women and men are attracted to me. Even if you are dying, I have to wear a bra before I can come and save you. When people see me they start shouting ‘Opor’.

“I’m not fazed that I have dark lines on my shoulder due to straps. As a busty woman, I have to beg men to look at my face and forget about my breasts. When I go to the market, all these Igbo boys start shouting “ Nkiruka, Nkiruka, Nkiruka.” Me, back pain and chest pain are 5 and 6.

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