A Nigerian man has sparked controversy on social media after blaming female celebrities for the death of a 20-year-old girl, Destiny Jojo, during a buttock enlargement liposuction surgery.
According to him, the female celebrities who constantly promote their curves and wealth online have set a bad example for young girls who now believe that getting a bigger backside is the key to a lavish lifestyle.
The man, whose identity is yet to be confirmed, claims that young girls no longer have the drive to work hard and achieve their goals because they believe that once they get a bigger butt, they will automatically become wealthy like their favorite celebrities.
While the issue of plastic surgery and body enhancement is a personal decision, it is important to note that it should not be a means to an end or a way to impress society.
The decision to undergo any surgical procedure should be based on the individual’s personal choice and not influenced by social media trends or pressure.
It is also worth mentioning that there are risks associated with any surgical procedure, and it is important to consult with a qualified medical practitioner before making any decision.
In the case of Destiny Jojo, it is still unclear what led to her death, but her unfortunate experience should serve as a wake-up call to anyone considering any form of cosmetic surgery.
It is important for celebrities and influencers to be responsible with the content they share online and the messages they send to their followers.
While it is good to celebrate one’s body and success, it should not be at the expense of others’ lives.