- UK-based Ghanaian veteran songstress Stephanie Benson has claimed that body enhancement oils, creams and medicines don't work.
- Stephanie noted that such enhancement medicines and oils have negative effects on the body of women
- The musician advised young ladies not to engage in buying such body enhancement medicines but should rather be proud of their bodies
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Award-winning Ghanaian songstress Stephanie Benson has cautioned ladies to be wary of purchasing body enhancement medicines.
According to the veteran musician, the habit of using oils and creams to enlarge the breast or backside is bad.
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In an exclusive interview with YEN.com.gh, Stephanie Benson expressed disappointment in ladies who use body enhancement medicines and undergo body enhancement surgery.
When asked what she thinks of ladies who enhance their body, Stephanie said: "Those oils and medicines don't work."
"Please women, don't spend your hard-earned money on oils that will make your body full up. Please leave your body alone," she advised.
She cautioned ladies about the range of drugs that seem to have flooded our market, claiming that they do not work like advertised.
Stephanie Benson who has gone to the extent of performing for Prince Charles claimed she feels pity for female celebrities who undergo surgery to enhance their body.
Kindly skip to 18:00 to listen to exact words of Stephanie Benson on the issue. Source: YEN TV
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She asked such ladies to rather spend the surgery charges on sick people at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital.
The pop singer stated that ladies should love themselves and their body anyhow they are, adding that they should exercise if they want to put on weight or get enhanced a little.
Stephanie also touched on breast cancer, advising women to visit the doctor for a check-up if they find anything abnormal in their breast.
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In a video, Kuami Eugene claimed that he bought his Zara sneaker for GHC3,800 but fans who watched the video exposed him, revealing that no Zara sneaker costs that much.
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