I almost died from plastic surgery – BBA star Huddah Monroe

I almost died from plastic surgery – BBA star Huddah Monroe
Source: nairobinews.nation.co.ke
Date: 04-04-2017 Time: 01:04:58:pm
Huddah Monroe

Big Brother Africa star and high-flying Kenyan socialite, Huddah Monroe has revealed that she had to undergo a lifesaving operation after developing complication from a previous surgery.

Huddah, who has converted her socialite fortunes into a formidable cosmetics business company, had to travel to Beverly Hill, California for the surgery.

“I could’ve died but I’m well now,” says Huddah.

She went under the knife at the renown Beverly Hills Plastic Surgery Group. She later revealed the secret to her more than one million followers on Instagram.

The Group says it combines “artistry and science, for a refined natural look, not an artificial operated appearance”.

Huddah posed with one of the surgeons Dr. Layke although all surgeries are jointly done with Dr. Daniel. The group says it can organize loans of up to 3.5 million Kenyan Shilling (about $34,000).

She posted on Instagram: “Got complications from a previous cosmetic Surgery I had (story for another day) and I am pleased with my Doctors who have done incredible job on me….. I can’t be more thankful! I could’ve died but I’m well now . Cc @drjlayke @drpay of the Beverly Hills Plastic Surgery group for making me feel amazing and confident once again! I would definitely recommend them to anyone! #SUPERDOCTORS #MajorAfricanSauce.”

She has, however, deleted the post.

In 2016, Huddah revealed that she had breast implants but claimed she merely transplanted fat from her behinds.

During her short stint at the Big Bro Africa reality show in 2013, the socialite confessed that she hated her breasts which were tiny at the time.

 

 

 

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