Ghanaian rapper Eno who used to be very unhappy with her body shape has now come to accept her looks thanks to a post she read on actress Lydia Forson’s blog.
Eno who said she was so uncomfortable with her body that she would avoid interviews and red carpet segment of events, Eno is free from that mental slavery and all the thanks go the opinionated actress, Lydia Forson.
Explaining how her insecurity about her body developed, she recounted how she was bullied for not have the preferred body that society will appreciate.
According to her, the manner in which Lydia stood up for plus sized women inspired her and from that time onward, she has learned to accept and appreciate how awesome she is.
To validate the rediscovery of herself as a chubby and hot lady, she posed for the camera to flaunt her awesomeness and shared it on her Instagram page.
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Growing up all the ladies i saw on tv were slim ,slim models slim musicians slim actresses And i was made to feel like cuz i am thick i wldnt be accepted I tried so many times to hide myself from red carpets and interviews cuz most of the comments that came about my weight was ugly until one day i read an article on @lydiaforson s block and i said to hell with them this is me like me or go ur way There are lots of sweet curvy african women out there who will break ur necks when they just pass by .yes cuz thick is beautiful i love my body love urs shoutouts to all the thick role models out there @amandajissih @lydiaforson @peac_hy @vivian_jill_lawrence @officialmaameserwaa @roselyn_ngissah @spiceofficial #curvywoman #baronygang
Born Ruth Nana Serwaa Nyame, Eno had her secondary education at the Methodist Secondary School in Tema. She is currently reading Marketing at Kumasi Polytechnic.
She is known for songs like My Love, which featured Afriyie formerly of Wutah, I’m Out, Pull Me Out, Tonga (Cover), What’s My Name, Chain of Love and Commot for There.
Source: Graphic Showbiz