While the world may have openly embraced cosmetic surgery, Nigeria is still very conservative and bluntly frowns upon surgical procedures done which aren’t deemed ” medically necessary”.
Defying, this stance, younger sister of Ekiti State governor, Ayo Fayose, Mo, in a live video session on her Facebook page yesterday opened up on self confidence issues after delivery, advising women to ensure they do what it takes it get their confidence back post delivery.
“I lost my self-confidence just because of the size of my chest and I struggled with that for many many years. I had my first child about 18 years ago. She was premature and she came very very early. She was in the intensive unit for some time and as a result of that, I had to express chest milk. It was really difficult. It was pretty hard. I was approached by the nurses who asked me if I am willing to donate chest milk. So I said yes I can donate chest milk so they gave me this machine that looks very industrial. You connect your boobies to and you express milk. I expressed milk for like three months and I was donating 6 litres of chest milk a week. So they would come to my house to pick up the chest milk and take it to the disadvantaged children or children that their mothers are unable to express chest milk.
Before that time, I wasn’t the type that would go for bras because my chest was that on point. I was wearing a bra only when I wanted to because my breasts were on point. I could flaunt them in front of my husband at that time because they were so good and I like the way my boobies were.
They were looking straight. Unfortunately now, they are looking down. They have missed the plug. I didn’t like that and I still don’t like it. It’s not that I don’t like it, it’s about how I feel when I am with a man. I tell people that when I win a lottery, the first thing I am going to do is to do something to are these my boobies. They have got to be done. They have got to be lifted up without bras”. she said