OAP Stephanie Coker Weighs In On The Subject Of Plastic Surgery For Women

As more and more Nigerian women are looking to cosmetic surgery for the enhancement of their feminine features, Nigerian actress and TV presenter Stephanie Coker Aderinokan, has called on them to think twice about the risk involved and do it for themselves and not to impress men.

Her thoughts on plastic surgery which she shared on her Instagram handle highlighted the importance of research on the risks involved and the ridiculousness of aiming for perfect beauty to impress men who themselves look like “Humpty-Dumpty”.

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While stating that she is not opposed to the decision of women who aim to alter their physical appearances for aesthetics, she encouraged them to consider the major risks involved and make the decision only for themselves- not for the attention of men.

Read what she wrote below:

Although this was captured perfectly by renowned photographer @kelechiamadiobi.

This image Is not flawless and it has nothing to do with lighting, angles or the environment. It is because the subject herself is imperfect.

I always wanted to keep this image in my closet room for my eyes only.

Until last week when a friend said she was going to get a BBL. Now I am not opposed to one altering their looks, it is not my place to judge, however, I do find following such life threatening trends to grab the attention of others a bit risky.

Especially when most men on this side of the world are walking around looking like Humpty Dumpty. There have been a handful of cases that I personally know of women who have lost their lives to plastic surgery. 

I say all this to say, if you are going to get plastic surgery, please do it for yourself at least, and research the risks to your health and weigh up your options❤️. 

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Although this was captured perfectly by renowned photographer @kelechiamadiobi This image Is not flawless and it has nothing to do with lighting, angles or the environment. It is because the subject herself is imperfect. I always wanted to keep this image in my closet room for my eyes only. Until last week when a friend said she was going to get a BBL. Now I am not opposed to one altering their looks, it is not my place to judge, however, I do find following such life threatening trends to grab the attention of others a bit risky. Especially when most men on this side of the world are walking around looking like Humpty Dumpty. There have been a handful of cases that I personally know of women who have lost their lives to plastic surgery. I say all this to say, if you are going to get plastic surgery, please do it for yourself at least, and research the risks to your health and weigh up your options❤️. 👙: @bfyne

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