As the world becomes more superficial by the day, modifying body parts in order to fit into modern society’s idea of a perfect body has become a norm.
Most female celebrities who are considered attractive have most likely undergone some form of plastic surgery.
This is not just a Hollywood thing, we see it with our local stars as well. Perhaps the most popular example of such is our very own born-again Moesha Buduong.
Needless to say, Moesha has been the poster girl for Dr Obengfo, the most notorious plastic surgeon in Ghana. She actually disclosed in a Peace FM interview months ago that she had inspired most Ghanaian female celebrities to have work done on their body.
So we have Benedicta Gafah, Salma Mumin, Tonto Dike, Princess Shyngle, Juliet Ibrahim, Toke Makinwa, and a whole host of others who need the pinch from the needle to feel good enough to be who they are.
Well, retired fetish priestess turned Evangelist, Patricia Asieduaa formerly known as Nana Agradaa has shared her thoughts on the need for cosmetic enhancements.
In an interview with Nana Aba Anamoah on Star FM, Evangelist Patricia shared her passionate reservations.
According to her, doing anything to restructure your God-given body is not only a sin but an insult to God. Nana Aba Anamoah suggested that God gave Plastic surgeons the wisdom to perform these surgeries but the Evangelist emphatically stated that being created in the image of God and trying to change the image to suit yourself is an insult to the intelligence of the divine creator.
Watch the interview below: