Nigerian Plus-Size Model, Monalisa Reveals Plans To Enhance Her Already Massive Boobs To Make Them Bigger

July 19, 2020
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Monalisa Stephen

Monalisa Stephen

Monalisa Stephen, the Nigerian plus-size model, has revealed plans to enhance her already massive boobs to make them bigger. 

The Instagram celebrity made this known during an interview with Inside Nollywood, as she spoke about embracing her body.

She said: “I have embraced my body; especially my boobs, but I don’t see it as my unique selling point. I just feel like my boobs are a part of my body and I can’t cut them off.”

“Basically for me, my lips and face are my selling points, especially my lips. I don’t have any regret about my body. People can think of anything. For now, I have not had any breast enhancement surgery.”

 “But in future, yes, I may have it because I love big boobs. I want bigger boobs. I love my body. I tell people to embrace themselves and be comfortable in their skin.”

“I don’t see any reason why I should do any butt enlargement, mine is perfect for my shape and size. But you know, women and vanity, maybe later. But for now, no. I am not doing any butt enlargement.”
 

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