I Got My Surgery To Boost My Self Confidence - Nana Frema
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I Got My Surgery To Boost My Self Confidence – Nana Frema

Afro pop singer, Nana Frema  has been in the news for some time now, more for her surgically enhanced hourglass figure, rather than her talent (singing).

 D-list actress who parades herself as a proud customer of Dr. Obengfo  has quite recently pleaded with the media to focus more on her talent and music, rather than her figure and referring to her as “Dr. Obengfo’s girl”.

She has never denied her procedures, like some celebrities have and publicly credits infamous Ghanaian “surgeon”, Dr. Obengo for her current hourglass figure, for which she’s most talked about in the media.

Even though she has requested that the media and the public should focus on her music more than her enhanced body, it seems it’ll take a while before sleeping dogs will be left to lie.

In a recent UTV appearance on Adekye Nsoroma , the musician was invited to contribute on the topic “Cosmetic Surgery: What you should know”

I Got My Surgery To Boost My Self Confidence - Nana Frema

Nana Frema explained that she underwent a fat transfer surgery by way of liposuction, from her stomach into her butt and hips. She maintains that her breasts are natural. In answering why she got surgery, she stated that she lacked confidence and in order to boost it, she got surgery.

She blamed her loss of confidence on having a big stomach at a point and the inconveniences that come with having a big stomach.

By Ferguson/ Gh Links

Eugene Nyavor

Written by Eugene Nyavor

Eugene Nyavor is the Founding Editor at Gh Links. A well bred journalist with a flair for entertainment, society and arts, He loves covering events and reporting personalities for the public consumption.

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