After being attacked by a number of online users for getting stomach liposuction, counselor George Lutterodt defended actress and TV host Nana Ama Mcbrown.
The outspoken life and marriage coach claimed that people who spend all of their time criticizing celebrities are frequently deceived by their poverty mentality and would not have acted in the same way if they had the means.
When Halifax Ansah-Addo invited him to the Best Entertainment Show on Okay FM, he expressed his feelings.
“The slur against Nana Ama is motivated by poverty. Many people are dying as a result of this poor mentality and dread. We have been conditioned to believe that touching our breasts or buttocks will cause us to develop cancer. If you look closely, Nana Ama’s liposuction procedure, which she underwent, has nothing to do with her buttocks or anything else.
Simply removing extra belly fat or modifying the system to realign it will do. She now has a firmer shape than she had before, he claimed.
This comes after the actress acknowledged rumors that she had surgery recently, but she made it clear that it wasn’t a buttock enlargement; rather, it was a procedure to remove extra tummy fat.
She confirmed this when hosting her well-liked United Showbiz on UTV program, which reads in part as follows:
“I have undergone liposuction, yes.” I’ve worked on my body, so I can’t make anything up. I am an adult who will turn 45 this month, and while I don’t really have to give anyone an explanation, I feel compelled to do so out of respect for my followers and supporters. The question of whether or not I’ve had cosmetic surgery has gained popularity.