Suzanna Owiyo says no to enlarging buttocks
Kenyan songbird Suzanna Owiyo has advised ladies to embrace their natural body shapes.
In a post on her socials, the Kisumu 100 hitmaker specifically discouraged women from enhancing their buttocks. She stressed that their natural bodies will always be amazing.
“What’s with the fake butts anyway! Fake butt pads, butt silicone, buttocks shaper panty…blah blah. Stop stressing yourselves about unnecessary things,” she explained.
“Girls! learn to love and embrace your body, it’s the most amazing thing you’ll ever own,”
The artist added she would never consider a butt enhancement procedure.
“Call me analog but fake butt issa NO,”
Butt enhancement has grown popular in the recent years. This procedure typically involves making one’s butt bigger or curvier which is common among young women. They may include butt implants, fat transfer, and silicone buttock injections to mention a few.
Media personalities including Tanasha Donna, Huddah Monroe and Rispa Faith are among those known to have undergone such procedures which have turned it into a multi-million business globally.
Suzanna, however is one of the female local artists who is not only admired for her musical prowess but her ability to maintain a youthful physique all through her years in the industry.
The 46 year old is vastly known for singing in vernacular, with just a few songs in Kiswahili all of which have undoubtedly earned her a place in the Kenyan music scene.
Talking about her music the singer stated in an interview with a local publication, “The fact that I have successfully embraced my culture in my music – which is purely Kenyan fused with a tinge of contemporary sounds has given me a niche over my peers,”
The mother of one is married to one Mr Ounga Oguda as a second wife for close to decades.