Ghanaian actor and director, Eddie Nartey has reacted to the move by popular Kenyan socialite, Vera Sidika to undergo a surgery to remove the butt implants she earlier had.
As we reported earlier, the 33-year-old said in an Instagram post that “health concerns and problems” had prompted her to have surgery.
A portion of the beauty’s over two million followers were taken aback when she uploaded a photo of her transformation journey, which she described as incredible.
However, the former video vixen claimed that she had accepted her new identity and urged other ladies to do the same in order to avoid unwanted physical changes that would harm their future.
Part of her statement reads;
“THE REBIRTH …This has been the hardest phase in my life, Due to health risks & complications, I had to undergo surgery. It’s Still very unbelievable But I’ve come to terms with it & learned to love myself regardless. Ladies; pls learn to love yourself & don’t ever let peer pressure rush u into things that will ruin you in the future. I’m lucky to be alive, God loves me so much.???????? Honestly It’s been pretty hard,
Weighing on this as the news by Vera sparked conversations on social media, actor Eddie Nartey is of the view that this is a good lesson for ladies who think they can only succeed in life by depending on their assets.
According to Eddie Nartey, the way to a man’s heart is not how big a woman’s bum is but the peace of mind the woman gives the man.