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Just recently, the beautiful Nollywood actress Tonto Dikeh did another plastic surgery, and surprisingly, it turned out to be a finger surgery. This is a bit weird as it is not a usual practice to do any kind of surgery on the finger.
In her latest Insta story, Tonto revealed she just went under the knife to fix her finger and in the post, she admitted that she thinks she is becoming super vain.
In another post, she instructed her little son, King, to kiss the finger and he went ahead to do that. Check out the video below:
Recall that Tonto Dikeh recently opened up on her reasons for having multiple plastic surgeries. In an interview with BBC Pidgin, she said:
“The major thing I disliked about my body before was my tummy. It was so big, and I love to put on high waist cloths. So, when I dress up the dress would be folding because of my big tummy.
But since I did my butt surgery, my confidence has increased. I no longer put on my clothes at home; even people at home are tired of me. I’m always happy with my new look”.
The actress who can now boast of an amazing ‘figure 8’ went on to explain why she now flaunts her big butts a lot.
“Men run after butts too much; once you have a big butt that’s how they would be running after you like something else. Who doesn’t know before that I have a good shape; if I don’t flaunt it now people would still criticize me so why don’t I just flaunt it?”
She added that as against African mentality, she would continue to talk about her sensuality to anybody who cares to listen.
“Based on African mentality, people still haven’t come to terms with butt surgery. But why would I be ashamed to say I did butt surgery? I have broken away from that stereotyped norm that African women need to be silent about some things about their body.”