Nollywood actress, Nkechi Blessing, has shared her opinion about why women go under the knife to improve their physical features.
While it’s a common misconception that women have cosmetic surgery to enhance their feminine looks in order to attract men, the curvaceous thespian asserted that this is not the truth.
Nkechi Blessing stated in a post via her Insta-stories that most women undergo plastic surgery to feel good about themselves and not because they want to please or attract men.
“Any man that does not like the shape of your body does not deserve you. Truth is most of this ladies doing surgery are not even doing it because of a man. Some just wants to up their game, look nice in bikinis or body con, and some just to feel good about themselves.. But listen there are other ways to cut down excess fat… Working out regularly helped a lot of people I know!!” She wrote.
Meanwhile, Ghanaian actress, Yvonne Nelson, has enjoined women to love their bodies as no one was born or created perfect.
The 36-year-old gave this advice in a post via her verified Twitter handle on Friday, June 3, while weighing in on the online debate on cosmetic surgery sparked by the death of a Nigerian woman who died after botched plastic surgery.
Yvonne Nelson noted that surgeries won’t keep a man, hence women should love themselves and work on their mental health.