Olaide Oyedeji, a Nollywood actress, has faced harsh criticism after flaunting her new appearance in a social media video that went viral.
The Site News previously claimed that Olaide has joined the group of famous people who have had butt augmentation surgery. She posted many videos of the surgeries, which were carried out in Nigeria, on her Instagram feed.
In a new video, the actress who is very proud of her snatched body and its unique transformation shared a video of herself as she goes shopping in a mall.
Her new body however got Netiznes rolling in laughter as many likened her to a wrestler and bouncer. Others wondered why some women are not contented with how their creator moulded them.
One Dorime wrote: “She looks uncomfortable in her own body. The hand is hanging like Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson own”
One Nnewi girl wrote: “Why is she walking like a bouncer”
One Kerenth wrote: “Them do surgery for her shoulder too?
One Tochukwu Joyce wrote: “Why she Dey waka like Quinox Club bouncer ??? so uncomfortable “
One Abyygurlly wrote: “Why is she now walking like a RoboCop??
One Quinette wrote: “She get hunch back?
Sandy KC wrote: “Why is she walking like big show in WWE”
King Stunna wrote: “She do shoulder pad surgery too?
Mo Adeboye wrote: “Did she do her shoulders too? Because it’s giving Johnny bravo vibes”
Zainab Bakare proudly states the reasons why she went for butt surgery
The Site News recalls that last year, Olaide’s colleague, Zainab Bakare had disclosed the reasons she went for butt surgery despite the alarming death rate on social media.
The actress expressed pride in her actions stating she refused to be intimidated by her action caused by how she felt regarding waist training.
In an interview with Saturday Beats, Zainab Bakare disclosed the reasons she went for butt surgery, how she felt while undergoing the procedures and other details regarding herself.
Speaking on why she got a butt lift, Zainab Bakare claimed she was tired of waist training, which usually gets in her way whenever she gets a hug from people. She also stressed that she was comfortable with her body but needed the change.
Zainab Bakare disclosed she felt relieved since she had undergone the process and was not intimidated by what anyone would say; rather, she would advise them to get theirs in a perfect hospital.