Nollywood actress and producer Ronke Tiamiyu has important advice for women on cosmetic surgery.
This comes after news broke that a woman had lost her life during a BBL (Brazilian Butt Lift) procedure.
Taking to her Instagram story, Ronke Tiamiyu railed against undergoing cosmetic surgery and facial treatments.
She, however, concurred that getting cosmetic surgery can help a lady look better, attract different men, and also create business opportunities.
But for her, women don’t need that, as she believes one can still achieve all the aforementioned without going under the knife.
Ronke confessed that she also harbored thoughts of plastic surgery but changed her mindset.
“Ladies! I understand that getting cosmetic surgery can help you look a lot better. It can help you attract different men, it can help you attract drift business opportunities. Although that is very true, I want to remind you that you are already.
Extremely attractive and you can still attract great opportunities being except who you are. I went through a face where I felt like I needed to change things about my body and my look in other to be more attractive and I’m just so glad that I worked.
To get out of that mindset, to get out of that face because I learnt that yes I can naturally look really good and they are some naturally things I can do enhance what I already have. So anytime I’m not feeling confident about myself.
I tap into the gym, I tap into my kitchen, and most importantly I tap into my mind. My mind is the most powerful took that I can ever use to make changes about me and changes around me. I don’t want a lot women especially young women to feel pressured.
To get these surgeries and facial treatments in other to look or feel bet. Because you will still attract certain men and certain businesses opportunities being exactly who you are. If you don’t believe that I encourage you to do the work so.
So that you can start being confident about yourself”.
For actress Nazo Ekezie, she thinks otherwise of this, as she believes cosmetic surgery shouldn’t be condemned.
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The movie star had drummed up her support for ladies who undertake the risks of liposuction in order to flaunt a perfect body.
This came after a lady died due to complications arising from body surgery she had undergone.
Reacting to this, some celebrities, like Alex Unusual and Anita Joseph, urged ladies to embrace and love their bodies rather than risking it all while going under the knife.
But this advice obviously didn’t go down well with Ms. Ekezie, who urged celebrities and other well-meaning Nigerians to concentrate on demanding justice for the late lady as well as making sure the surgeon is put behind bars.
She wrote, ” I am more worried, about careless and unqualified plastic surgeon getting away with murder in this country because we are more focused on shamming people who want to change their bodies . People are dying let focus on that and don’t you dare come for me … I have never gone under the knife.”