Ghanaian Gospel Duo Heavenly Twins have been in the industry since 2010 delivering great songs to the general public.they have won numerous awards and have many endorsement deals under their belt.They engage in other entrepreneurial activities as well
However they were in the news today after they made certain statements in the news.Speaking in an interview, they said "There is nothing wrong with ladies enuancing their bodies".
They also said that after women have given birth and have their bodies looking saggy, it is only fair that they put things in order even if it means going under the knife.They also said that women should not consider enhancements taboos because God wasn't offended by that
We wish them well in their careers and hopefully they become bigger than what they already are
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