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Real Warri Pikin Opens Up About Weight Loss Surgery

Real Warri Pikin Opens Up About Weight Loss Surgery 

Anita Asuoha, a prominent Nigerian comedienne and actress, popularly known as Real Warri Pikin, has talked openly about her astonishing weight loss.

The celebrity shared her transformation story on her YouTube profile and acknowledged having had surgery.

In the video, the comedian explained that her decision to undergo the surgery was very tough, and it took a lot for her to make up her mind. She also revealed that her reason for carrying out the surgery was health-related because it was either that or losing her life.

She said her spouse had been worried about her health and had pushed her to have surgery.

The comedian recalled working out at the gym multiple times and eating healthy meals, but she was unable to achieve the desired results.

She continued by saying that her husband, Ikechukwu, and all of her friends and family had supported her decision to get the surgery.

She said: “So na Ikechukwu now dey tell me to say I must do a weight loss surgery because he does not want to lose me. It was such a difficult time for me.

This was like January 2023: I will cry, I went back to the gym, I will work out, I will eat right, eye go dey turn me because I no fit chop wetin I suppose to chop, it became a very difficult time for me, trying to make a decision to go on weight loss surgery so it could help me lose weight and be well.

“And then I’m trying to do it naturally; everybody around me has made up their mind except me; it was such a difficult moment for me.

“At the end of the day, I just woke up one day and said, Baby, I’m ready; let’s do this, and I took the most difficult decision of my life; I went on weight loss surgery.”

According to her, the surgery put an end to her knee pains, migraines, and other health issues she was diagnosed with.

She said: “I’m happy I made that decision, I’m happy my husband Victor Ikechukwu Asuoha was there for me, my doctor, my family was there to say ‘Anita do it and you will be fine’ I did it and I am fine, I feel better, I don’t wake up dizzy, weak. I don’t wake up with migraines anymore, I don’t have knee pains anymore, everything that I was diagnosed with, I’m free from it, I feel so good right now.”

Real Warri Pikin then discussed the need to normalise fitness and how some people have exploited the term “body positivity” to trick themselves into living unhealthy lives. She claims that despite slowly deteriorating, she was once among those who used to say “na fat I fat, I no kill person.”

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