Ghanaian gospel musician Florence Obinim has denied claims that she has gone under the knife to enhance her body.
She mentioned that contrary to the wide held perception that she has done surgery to get her new body, she actually inherited it from her mother.
In an interview with Ghpage and monitored by Graphic Showbiz, Florence Obinim said her mother, named Akosua, was well known in the neighbourhood she grew up, as one with huge backside and hips.
She stated that she equally had same body type but decided to reduce her weight prior to her marriage.
However, Florence Obinim started going to the gym to work out really hard to get her desired body after giving birth to all her children when she married.
“My butts are natural, after giving birth to all my children, I did some serious gym work and I was very particular about my stomach because if you have a flat tummy, your butt and hips will automatically be very visible.
“Also in my family, maidens who have never given birth are slim but as soon as you start giving birth, you put on weight and that’s when the hips and buttocks also get big.
“I would also advise ladies not to eat at night since late night eating highly contributes to having a big belly,” she said.
Florence Obinim, who is credited with songs such as “Mehyia Jesus”, “ Osoro Ne Mefie”, among others explained that she took up the burden of working on her weight following an unfavourable comments made by a TV presenter years ago.
Florence Obinin nurtured her talent at a young age when she used to minister at a branch of the Assemblies of God church in Kumasi.
She was inspired by South Africa’s Rebecca Malope to release her maiden Osoro ne me fie and has since then dropped songs such as Wagye me, Oben me, Mehia w’adom, Mdimafo, Mahunu bi da, Ma me nyansa.