Angela Eguavoen, a Nollywood actress who rose to prominence after landing the role of Ivie in ‘Enakhe,’ an Africa Magic original crime drama set in modern-day Benin City, has shown off her big endowments and how she obtained them!
Eguavoen, who has previously appeared in films like as ‘Inafe,’ ‘Still Born,’ and ‘Dry Tears,’ took to Instagram to underline that her enormous behind is a gift from God, not a doctor.
The actress also slammed several of her coworkers who went under the knife to improve their bodies and ended up worse off.
“Na this pishure dey make some folks think I do BBL,” she wrote. Bodywey, God carry grant me some persons fit swear say I build am. Body, which I don’t think is a huge problem. Well, the powerful sculptor has come and finished his work.
I believe the distinctions between BBL and natural bodies are really clear and easily discernible. All BBL bodies are nearly identical in shape.
Anyway, I have nothing against being brave enough to go under the knife or fix whatever portion of your body that you don’t like. As I already stated, “your body” is yours to do with as you like. Because if I decide to be an ojukokoro today and desire a bigger bum for greater “self validation,” I’ll do it right.
Make una effort to carry wetin una thighs can carry, it looks hotter than overload.
I care a lot, so please tell your doctor to pay close attention to the side bum, since looking at part of your bottom from the side ehn, e no dey smooth, hello. E dey look godo godo godo (Bini) excuse my Edo, but yeah.
You pay a lot of money for your body, so make sure you go all out to get the appropriate doctor and the perfect size for your physique.
So that when you eventually decide to chke others, they don’t criticize your bum, calling it a “square box” to your face and behind your back.
Phewwwwww. I don’t typically write so long captions, but
I’M VERY CONCERNED.”