Nina Explains Why She Doesn’t Flaunt Her Surgically Enhanced Buttocks
The reality TV personality claims that her new butt isn’t up for social media discussion.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Nina, a former housemate on Big Brother Naija, Nigeria’s most famous reality TV show, has downplayed the reason she doesn’t show off her surgically enlarged buttocks.
The reality TV actress stated this in response to a troll who criticized her for the surgery.
“Okay someone made this comment on my page earlier today, and this is not the first time is making this comment. I cannot remember telling you guys that I had surgery so I can show off my ass,” she wrote.
“My surgery was for my own body improvement, for myself. I have always wanted this body and I have money so why not. I am not the type that feels comfortable showing off my ass on social media except I want to do that which is unlikely to happen, so let me be please.”
In June, the mother of one underwent cosmetic surgery to enhance her buttocks.
Nina joins a long line of female celebrities who have undergone cosmetic surgery.
Toke Makinwa, Khloe from BBNaija, and Tonto Dikeh are among the celebs that have undergone plastic surgery.
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