In from Ahmed Boulor . . .
Sensational singer Iruobe Waje who is considered to be one of the most endowed celebrities on the scene is planning to have plastic surgery to reduce the size of her mammary glands.
The singer who seems not to be comfortable with the size of her boobs which sources say makes her low on confidence however did not reveal exactly when she intends to carry out her boob reconstruction.
Waje who revealed that much while responding to a monitored TV programme said she has been considering plastic surgery for a while now and hopes to carry out the medical process pretty soon.
The artist who gave reasons for her proposed move said her breasts are on the big side and she would like it reduced to be on the same level with her body.
“As me and you are sitting down here, don’t you like that they are seeing your face? Do you want me to cover the screen? I’ll rather make it smaller, it something I’ll do when the time comes’ she said.
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