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It doesn’t put food on your table whether I went under a razor blade or a shovel. Sefa Slams Her Critics, Saying She’s Done BBL

It doesn’t put food on your table whether I went under a razor blade or a shovel. Sefa Slams Her Critics, Saying She’s Done BBL

The Ghanaian singer Sefa has responded angrily to fans who persistently try to pry into her personal life, particularly in relation to her voluptuous figure, which many people assume is the result of surgery.

The singer fiercely responded to a person who frequently claims to have had surgery to get the ideal body curve.

Although she has always had a lower waist since entering the music business, she seems to find it frustrating that people are making assumptions about her body. However, over time, her body has changed, particularly her curve.

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Sefa has advised people to stop being nosy about her business and concentrate on the things that bring food to their table in an effort to silence her critics.

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She said that since it’s none of their business whether she was cut by a knife, shovel, or razor, they should concentrate on what brings in money.

The problem of celebrities having cosmetic surgery is not new; in fact, the number of cases has increased.

The majority of celebrities have even come forward to disclose that they have had surgery, however it appears that most Ghanaian celebrities find it difficult to acknowledge the reality in public.

D-Black, a Ghanaian rapper and businessman, owns the record company Black Avenue Muzik, where Sefa is signed. He signed her and three other performers after contacting her on social media.

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The singer debuted with the song “Marry Me,” which included Jupiter. She then released “Shuga,” her second single, in May 2018, and enlisted DopeNation for it.

Since then, Sefa has put out an album called Growth, which included hits like “E Choke” among others.

Watch Sefa’s post below:

 

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