There is a prevalent body changing system in Ghana here. Some Ghanaian ladies have the tendency to alter their bodies and make a significant change in the size of their breasts and backside.
This is something most Christians criticize and even concerned people don’t agree with the phenomenon. But a gospel musician called First Lady was granted an interview and she made some interesting comments on the matter.
According to First Lady, some women grow unattractive bodies after they give birth and so it is only important such ladies go through body enhancement to boost their degree of attractiveness and also satisfy their husbands accordingly.
But this comment contradicts what 1 Timothy said about ladies keeping away from enormous makeups and adding certain things on the body only to boost their beauty.
Again, there is more negative consequences when women go through this process of body enhancement called liposuction. Some women even died in the process of undertaking the surgery to advance their bodies in enticement.
What do you think about the matter?
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