- Nigerian actress Tonto Dikeh has shared a throwback photo of herself
- Tonto Dikeh compared her former physique to her present one
- The actress went ahead to appreciate her cosmetic surgeon for his good work on her
Nollywood actress Tonto Dikeh is one of the most outspoken celebrities and she never hides away from controversies. Infact, she's happy to stir up one and see it to the end.
Recently, the actress found a throwback photo of herself and she took to her official Instagram page to show it to her fans and followers.
In the photo she shared online, the mother was still her beautiful self but she was slimmer with small hips. But over the years, she has added more flesh and is now more beautiful.
Her hips are also wider and fuller and she never fails to flaunt them. Despite the society's perception of plastic surgery and a person who does it, Tonto Dikeh does not give a hoot about what people think of her.
While comparing her former physique in the photo to who she is now, the mother of one said she is speechless. She went ahead to appreciate her plastic surgeon as she reveals his identity.
A few years ago, Tonto Dikeh revealed that she underwent plastic surgery because she didn't like how her hips looked. According to her, they made her feel insecure and she decided to do something about them.
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In other news, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Tonto Dikeh said she almost got stabbed while donating foodstuff. The movie star, who through her foundation has been distributing food to the less privileged, revealed she was attacked by them.
Describing the hunger in Nigeria as becoming dangerous, she revealed that she and her team members were attacked and roughly handled by the people they set out to help. She recounted how a man who had already received 2 bags of rice from them attempted to stab her with a sharp object as he accused her of depriving him of food.
The mother of one stated that they were mobbed by over 2,000 men and women in a certain community despite having security with them.
Source: Yen Ghana