- Ghanaian actress, Juliet Ibrahim, recently took to social media to flaunt her beautiful curves
- The film star also used the opportunity to shade ladies who have undergone surgery to enhance their curves
- The actress advised them not to stand too close to the heater because plastic melts
African ladies are known to be greatly endowed when it comes to having curves, but this does not mean that there are some ladies who have no curves at all or they are not satisfied with the ones they have.
Pretty Ghanaian actress, Juliet Ibrahim, is one film star who is known for her lovely figure and she does not hesitate to flaunt it at will.
Just recently, the actress took to her Instagram page to show off her curves for the umpteenth time but this time, she used the opportunity to throw shade at ladies with surgically enhanced bodies.
Juliet posted a photo of herself wearing a peach coloured shirt and a burnt orange skirt that hugged her body and she accompanied the post with advice for ladies who have done plastic surgeries.
The actress advised that they do not stay close to the heater because plastic melts. She wrote: “Don’t stand too close to the heater, babe. Plastic melts.”
See her post below:
Just recently, Legit.ng reported that a Nigerian pastor, Tony Rapu, said there is nowhere in the Bible that says cosmetic surgery is wrong.
According to Pastor Tony, there is nothing in the bible that condemns the act and it is a considerable option for people undergoing emotional discomfort over a deformity.
He said: “The bible is really silent about plastic surgery and there is really nothing in it that tells us it is wrong."
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