Popular crossdresser, Idris Okuneye better known as Bobrisky has recounted his painful liposuction procedure.
While advising ladies considering going under the knife, he let them know that the procedure isn’t easy as they think.
According to him, he is supposed to go for another liposuction but he has been postponing it because of the pains he endured during the first procedure.
He described his procedure as the worst ever, as he had both malaria and typhoid while healing.
“If I was to follow the time my doctor gave me for my second liposuction, I would have done my second procedure but because of the pain, I kept shifting the date.
They gave me 15th of December and charged it to January and kept postponing it. Liposuction is painful, it’s like you are at the end of giving up.
My advice for girls that haven’t done their body yet and considering doing it, don’t allow anybody lie to you that’s it’s not painful. If I haven’t done it, I wouldn’t talk.
My experience was the worst ever, I had malaria and typhoid in the process while I was healing”.
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This isn’t the first time the crossdresser has spoken out on his liposuction procedure.
I almost died of pain – Bobrisky on liposuction
Last year, the dramatic Bobrisky shared a video on his verified Instagram page, flaunting his heavily acquired backside. He accompanied the video with a message about how he nearly died of pain during liposuction.
He wrote: Pls allow me to shake it, Biko
It’s not easy
I almost d*ed of pain during my journey
Liposuction is very painful.
He had earlier stirred doubts online when he appreciated his doctor who increased his backside. He wrote: How can I say a big thanks to my doctor damn”.
No difference between liposuction and fixing nails’ – Uche Elendu warns haters
Meanwhile, actress, Uche Elendu who is one of Nollywood’s shining stars that require no introduction had expressed her concerns over the rate at which people condemn liposuction (also known as Plastic Surgery) but engage in other beauty activities.
The divorced mum of two via her instastory revealed that she sees no difference between those that fix lashes, nails and ladies who go extra miles to look better by going through surgery.
The Abia State born indigene wrote, “There’s absolutely no difference between a lady that fixes her nails, lashes, makeup, etc and a lady that got a nose job, body works done without implants, they are all body fixes and have potential risks and of course benefits. Hey!!! just make more money and gather liver and stop hating on someone’s choice to use her money to remain comfortable in her body.”