Despite being married, my curves make no peace, actress Anita Joseph speaks
Big booty Nollywood Actress Anita Joseph with her husband  Fisayo Michael Olagunju photo

Anita Joseph, a Nollywood actress, laments getting invited out by men despite the fact that she is already married. 


She claims that her curves has been the source of troubles with men on the road and in events.

"Of course, men still chase me despite my wedding band," Anita Joseph, who is married to Fisayo Michael Olagunju, better known as MC Fish, said in an interview with Sun newspaper. 


" They do so because I am a stunning woman. As a married woman, guys will continue to make advances at you, but it is up to you to put them in their place and respect yourself.


" Don't try to persuade them. Wedding rings are unimportant to some men. Indeed, one said that seeing my wedding ring makes things easier for him because it will be just my husband and himself because I don't trust these girls outside, and I was like, "what, you say?"


Big booty Nollywood Actress Anita Joseph with her husband  Fisayo Michael Olagunju photo


" I recently had an unpleasant situation in which a man chased me across the mall, claiming that I owed him a peck because he enjoys viewing my movies. It wasn't even remotely amusing," she said.


Anita, on the other hand, dispelled the rumours that she had cosmetic surgery to augment her curves. Her curves, according to the beautiful actress are natural, as she inherited them from her mother.


 "I don't blame Nigerians for thinking that way, but seeing people assume you had surgery hurts those of us who have natural bodies."


Big booty Nollywood Actress Anita Joseph with her husband  Fisayo Michael Olagunju photo


" It's annoying when you walk by someone and they start debating about whether or not you had surgery. 


" They should be able to distinguish between natural and synthetic materials; we are not the same. I've always been curvaceous, and my sisters are the same way.


" My crotch isn't even close to my mother's. I own the 'hourglassfashionworld' waist trainer brand, and I have to tell you that waist cinchers do work, but not as quickly as you may think. Cinchers aren't going to work in a week. It's a long process that involves a lot of diets and exercise."


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