“I Still Tell People That If I Win A Lottery, The First Thing I’m Gonna Do Something To Is These Boobies” – Mo Fayose Speaks On Boob Confidence


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Mo Fayose, the younger sister of Ekiti State governor, Ayo Fayose, had a live video session on her Facebook page, where she spoke about the insecurities many women face especially as it pertains to their body.

Using her story as an example, Mo said her breast became saggy after giving birth and that affected her self-confidence.

“It got to a point that if I’m not used to a guy, the light has to be turned off. If the light is not off, I am not exposing my saggy something. It’s not going to come out,” she said.

She advised women who have the same issues to do whatever they want to get their groove back because it’s about them and their confidence and not about how anybody feel about it.


The reason I had to do this is that I lost my self-confidence because of my breast. I struggled with it for a very long time and it became a problem and as someone said earlier on, that it’s all about how you carry yourself, yes, it’s easier said than done.

SEE ALSO: How To Prevent and Get Rid of Sagging Breasts Naturally

I had my first child nearly 18 years ago and she was premature and was in the intensive care unit for some time and as a result of that, I had to express breast milk and it was pretty difficult.

I was approached by the nurses, who asked if I was willing to donate breast milk and I said yes.

So they gave me a machine, not the one you get from Mothercare, this is like a proper industrial machine that you connect your boobies to and you just express. I expressed milk for like three months and I was donating six litres of breast milk a week, so they’ll come to my house and come pick it for disadvantaged children or children that their mothers are unable to express breast milk.

However, before that time, I’m not the type that would go for bras because my breasts were on point and I wore bras whenever I wanted to and I could flaunt it in front of my husband at the time because I loved the way my boobies were. They were looking straight.

Unfortunately, now, they’re looking down, they’ve lost the plug.

I didn’t like it and I still don’t like it, however, it’s not just that, its how I feel whenever I’m with a man and that’s the biggest problem for me. I struggled. In fact, I still tell people that if I win a lottery, the first thing I’m gonna do something to is gonna be these boobies. It’s gotta be done, it’s gotta be lifted up without bras, looking straight.


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Posted by Mo Fayose on Wednesday, July 19, 2017

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