Hypothyroidism, growth hormone deficiency, and random genetic mutations all contribute to human development issues. Despite the fact that Osita Iheme and two other superstars met this characteristics, they were nonetheless successful.
The celebrities are listed below;
1. The Great P
Grand P is one of Guinea's most well-known and prosperous musicians.
2. Osita Iheme
Osita Iheme, also known as Pawpaw, a 39-year-old Nollywood actor, spoke out about his stunted growth in June 2021. He was born normally, but stopped developing, according to Osita Iheme.
Without a doubt, Pawpaw is one of Nigeria's most well-known actors.
As a child, Lionel Messi, the 34-year-old football superstar, suffered from growth hormone deficiency. He's been injecting hormones into his legs since he was 12 years old. In 2001, Barcelona, a Spanish team, covered all of his medical expenses.
Lionel Messi is without a doubt one of the world's most famous athletes.
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