Kenyan ex- socialite lawyer Corazon Kwmboka has refuted claims that she underwent surgery to have a bootylicious body. Many have been claiming the learned friend underwent body enhancement.
I haven’t undergone any cosmetic surgery and never thought of it,” she said, I think people are allowed to make any changes they want on their body if it’s by diet, gym or surgery who cares, but i personally choose to hit the gym and sculpt
Kwamboka has been lying low like an envelope after parting ways with her Italian bae. The sexy lawyer during the interview said, she’s now focusing on her gym wear Genio sport . She said Corazon, who is a gym guru went ahead to say.
Being a lover of sport and gym and a curvy size 16/18 girl, my main struggle was finding sport wear that fit me, the international brands don’t cater for us and the available local brands were either very low quality, see-through or low waist which poses a challenge when you have to be active jumping or running at the gym. for this reason, i decided to source the best tailors and the best fabric and design and came up with my brand of sport wear, genio. it caters for women of all sizes, they are all high waisted, anti-cellulite and non-transparent at the same time super stretch.
Corazon Kwamboka, the true definition of beauty and brains advised women struggling with weight loss not to stress. She said: do not struggle. take it one day at a time and even if you don’t see any changes just keep on, focus on being.
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