Nana Ama McBrown examines Moesha Boduong's backside on TV (video)

Nana Ama McBrown examines Moesha Boduong's backside on TV (video)

Star actress and TV host, Nana Ama McBrown has 'physically' examined fellow actress, Moesha Boduong, to see if her much-famous backside is real or fake.

Moesha, the actress and Instagram model, may call herself many things but there is no doubt about the fact that her real claim to fame has been her massive backside.

However, Moesha's heavy backside has often become a matter of contention as debates have popped up over the realness of the backside. This followed reports that Moesha visited the infamous Dr Obengfo for liposuction surgery.

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Hosting Moesha on her cooking show, McBrown wanted to know for herself if the backside is real and thus decided to have a feel of it.

In a video from the show has sighted, McBrown who got down to touch Moesha's heavy-duty backside could be heard saying "it is real o."

McBrown and Moesha also danced to Obrafour's Moesha song which was named after the curvy actress.

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After showing her cooking skills on the show by delivering a sumptuous-looking banku and tilapia, Moesha opened up on the much talked about Obengfo surgery.

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According to her, though she did a liposuction surgery, the operation was done on her stomach to make her tummy and waist smaller, while naturally enlarging her hips and backside.

“I have truly done the lipo [liposuction] but that was on my stomach and not my backside as people are saying.

“Removing the fat from my stomach made my shape come out. But this is not fake or artificial. The artificial ones are the injection of silicon and other chemicals into the body and those ones are dangerous,” Moesha explained.

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