Ghanaian socialite, Moesha Boduong, despite becoming a born-again Christian who aspires to be herself, has boasted about being the first to make liposuctions a big deal in Ghana.
According to her, she’s a pacesetter and will always continue to set the trends.
She published some photos on her Snapchat, describing herself as Ghana’s Kim Kardashian who would change the world.
“My new look would make many women love to copy my hairstyle as God made everyone learn so much from how I changed the game by having liposuction and now, let’s agree that Ghana’s Kim K is going to sell Ghana to the world. Kim K should watch out for me”.Moesha Budoung
She also indicated that after watching several interviews of American socialite, Kim Kardashian, she was confident that Kim was a follower of Christ and that God can make her just like the reality show actress.
“Kim Kardashian loves Jesus, and I have watched most of her interviews loving God and still posing for brands that sell her brand”.Moesha Budoung
Moesha added that God can make her like Kim Kardashian and hates to say this but God never hated Kim and she will always be different from everyone else.
I nearly committed suicide – Moesha Bodoung
Many have argued that actress Moesha Bodoung sacrificed herself by boldly coming out to admit that she had enhanced her body.
This move encouraged many women who did not feel comfortable in their bodies to follow suit by undergoing surgeries to enhance their buttocks, hips, and waist to appear curvier like Moesha.
According to the socialite, she nearly took her life after being subjected to trolls both online and in person by some Ghanaians who condemned her actions.
Speaking in an interview in December 2022, the actress recalled how she had to grow thick skin to stay alive.
“I just to say this trolling, bullying, belittling, and all those things they did to me when I did my body, I nearly committed suicide. I act tough because I hate to share that part. I needed to be tough to become who I am today.
“It really killed my soul. Doing my body in Ghana really killed my soul. I look back at everything and say, if I had died, it would be for nothing. I think they owe me an apology”.Moesha Budoung