“Women Don’t Enhance Their Bodies For Men, We Do It To Boost Our Confidence” – Moesha Boduong

by Nana Tamakloe
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Moesha who is suspected to have gone under the knife after before and after pictures of her surfaced some time last year, took to instagram to school one of her commenters on why women undergo plastic surgery.




The conversation kicked off when the well endowed Ghanaian celebrity published an article praising her for being true to herself and being open with flaunting her body. Without acknowledging the source, it focused on how Moesha was once criticized for her glamour presentation in her earlier days and fast forward to 2020 it is now the norm for most girls and celebrities in Ghana.

A fan took the opportunity to make an indirect compliment to Moesha whilst criticizing former TV show host Sandra Ankobia for going under the knife to engage with rich men in Nigeria.

“Especially Sandra Ankobiah so all this while she was waiting to do surgery so she can also pose for the camera Moe continue been truthful to ur sweet self,” the fan commented under her post.

Moesha was fast to make a correction to the commenter by stating “No one gets surgery for men my dear…because a nice body can’t keep a man, people do it to boost their confidence,” Moesha replied as seen in the screen shot below.

On one note it does make sense that a sexy body doesn’t keep a relationship, however it does get you more engagement with men, especially richer men, despite the fact whether they keep you or not. And with the growing culture of Zaddies in Ghana it will be hard to believe women under go surgery simply for their confidence.

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