The ‘endowed’ film star revealed that when she was in secondary school, she used to wear three brassieres to keep things in place
– Ronke also spoke on her feelings about cosmetic surgery and if she would consider going under the knife to change her body
Many women in the world are born with different physical features. While some are flat-chested, others are heavily endowed. Just like some possess a figure eight while others maintain an elegant and straight stature.
Despite that, these different body sizes do not take away from their beauty. As young ladies, many times we are conscious about the change in our physical features and look for ways to be less noticed and feel comfortable.
In an exclusive interview with Legit.ng on February 27, 2020, Nollywood actress, Ronke Odusanya, spoke a bit on her upbringing, her career as an actress and many other things.
While speaking on her physical features, the actress recounted an experience she had while in secondary school. The film star said that when she was still a teenager in school, she used to wear three brassieres because of her bust.
She said: “When I was in secondary school, the only sports I could do then was hurdles and then I was slimmer but I was a bit busty. Because it was a girls only school, we were always very shy when boys came. So on inter-house sports day, I will have to wear like three bras.”
Speaking further in the interview, Ronke Odusanya shared her opinion on cosmetic surgery and whether she would be open to going under the knife to alter her physical features.
The new mother said that she is a realist and would not like to lie. She said that even though God has made everyone beautiful, we begin to change physically as a result of our lifestyle.
The film star also said that she sees nothing wrong with undergoing cosmetic surgery if one can afford it. She also said people do it and she cannot say it is a bad thing.
In her words: “I cannot say it is a bad thing. If I feel like, why can’t I? People do it, so why can’t I do it if I can afford it?”
Ronke also said that people should however be careful not to undergo the surgery with quack doctors.