It's a dream of any lady to look good in terms of their weight, figure, and even skin tone. Some celebrities have gone to an extent of splashing lots of money to get the beauty they desire. Below are six Kenyan Celebrities who had surgery for beauty;
Muli is a known veteran news anchor in Kenya's local TV station. Rumor has it that Lilian Muli did a breast surgery to increase them and make them firm.
Arnelisa has been battling with weight for years. Her tireless sacrifices paid off in the long run. She did liposuction to reduce her tummy might have cost her over Ksh 400 thousand.
Being one of the known and successful socialites in Kenya, her body must be admired by many. Having that Huddahs' hourglass figure, you have to chip in some good cash.
According to Huddah, her breast was small, something she didn't like. She underwent cosmetic surgery to increase speculated to have cost her over Ksh 500 thousand.
2. Risper Faith
Lady Risper rose to fame through the Nairobi Diaries. According to Risper, after giving birth to her son, she started struggling with the weight that made her feel less beautiful. She spent over Ksh 450 thousand to undergo liposuction to reduce her tummy. There are also speculations that she also enlarged her behind and chest.
1. Vera Sidika
It's evident to everyone that Vera had to undergo various surgeries to achieve the perfect body shape she has right now.
She spent over Ksh 2 million to get her perfect chest shape but has later come to regret the decision. She also spent over Ksh 500 thousand to get that perfect hips. Vera has spent over Ksh 3 million to get that perfect body shape she has right now.
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