Women who increase their ‘bortors’ size are suffering from inferiority complex – Ohemaa Mercy

Ohemaa Mercy. Princess Shyngle, Salma Mumin, Moesha Buduong

Celebrated Ghanaian gospel musician Ohemaa Mercy is not happy with the way some female celebrities are handling their physical features.

She has condemned women who go in for all sort of body enhancement surgeries and therapies just to appear very sexy all in the name of attracting men.

Ohemaa Mercy who just had a very successful Tehillah Experience concert over the weekend is of the view that women who go under the knife to appear different from their natural make up lack confidence.

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As a panelist on MzGee’s “Gee Spot” show on Joy Prime Television, bemoaned the level some women are taking the whole idea of increasing their buttocks and curving their waist.

Ohemaa Mercy, who condemned the act vehemently, stated that it was possible for a woman to get the right body shape by hitting the gym and eating well.

“I don’t believe in that because everyone God created is good and I don’t believe in people attaching themselves with something or going to take anything to make you fat. You have to work on yourself to look good,” she said.

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She explained that “If you believe in yourself and know that God really created you and you are beautiful there is no need to go and enhance yourself to look beautiful.

“Naturally, you look beautiful so what do I do to look nicer? What I really want us to understand is that physically when you are at a particular age, there are some foods the doctors would advise you not to eat”.

Some notable celebrities who have been alleged to go under the knife to enhance their bodies include Princess Shyngle, Moesha Buduong, Hajia4Real and the latest to join in the train is actress Salma Mumin.






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