Most women or ladies nowadays are anxious about having a beautiful body form in order to gain more comments from others. In recent years, the frequency of buttock enhancements has increased among people of all ages, particularly celebrities.
A few years ago, no woman would have been able to talk about enhancing her body feature but that has since changed. Today, women now sign up for gym lessons and go on diet just to enhance their bodies and make them look more attractive.
Yet, not all these women use natural means for their body enhancement. Some of these superstars, like Moesha Bodoung and Princess Shyngless, have acknowledged that they have undergone hip and buttock surgery.
The renowned Ghanaian Kumawood actress is undeniably one of the country’s most attractive women. We all knew her for not having a naturally large rear or a curvy figure. Sandra attributes her new curvy and sexy body to diet management.
Gafah is another Ghanaian Kumawood starlet worthy of notice when we talk about women with curvy and stunning backside. The stunning and accomplished actress does not joke with her daily body workout. Her big rear and voluptuous figure, she claims, are all-natural and are the results of determination and hard work.
Nollywood actress Tonto Dikeh is in a bid to promote her new show she has revealed just on how much weight she lost without the help of surgery. Tonto stated on her social media platforms that she worked with a certain health company to help her lose the weight she piled on over the last few months.
Other celebrities who have also gained curvy shapes and backsides include; Yaa Jackson, Toke Makinwa, Yvonne Jegede, just to mention a few.
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