- A South African actress who went through plastic surgery procedures has cleared the air around her decision
- The pretty lady used the Bible to defend herself by saying she is a god and deserves to be flawless like God
A South African actress identified as Khanyi Mbau has opened up on what motivated her to go for the plastic surgery that she had. The pretty lady used the Bible as her reference point to substantiate her claim.
Mbau who went through laser liposuction procedure and removed fat from different parts of her body said God is her father and that makes her a god too. She went on to say God has the right to create and this led her to create herself the way she has been seeing herself in the spiritual realm.
The South African actress has altered her body in different ways; she has gone through chest implants surgery, lifted her eyebrows and has pushed back excess skin around her eyes.
Mbau revealed that she is from a Christian home while on ‘Real Talk with Anele’. She has decided to create herself in order to become flawless.
Check out what she said during the show:
“Now I’m going to preach. I’m going to take people to church because I’m from a christian family, so most of my references come from that. The Bible says I am who I am through Christ who strengthens me.
If God is your father, right, then it means you are a god because a dog gives birth to another dog, a duck/bird – the same thing. If you are my father, why can I not be a god?
And the Lord says we are all gods amongst each other. And what does a god do? A God creates because my father created this earth through His image. I can create my own visions and my own earth through my own vision. As long as it doesn’t affect the next person, but it is my journey. So in my mind, the image and how I see myself is what I’m creating in the physical.
Because everything first happens in the spiritual before it seeps through the physical. So how I see myself is the most beautiful woman, flawless, filtered every single day of my life. Once we can all start becoming creators of our time, everyone will reach their goal because you are not looking at someone for inspiration, you are remembering who you are to the God that created you.”
Mbau’s use of the Bible as her reference point caused a whole lot of stir as people reacted wildly to it. Laura Ikeji posted the video of the interview on her Instagram page adding her own view to it.
“If you have to alter your body, pls do it without justifying it or encouraging anybody else to do so. Do it for yourself, if it makes you happy, kudos. (I have absolutely nothing against it) but quoting the bible? Girl pls.”
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