Vera Sidika’s husband, Brown Mauzo breaks silence on her new body

Vera Sidika's husband, Brown Mauzo breaks silence on her new body
Kenyan musician and Vera Sidika’s husband Brown Mauzo has broken his silence after his wife announced she had been through a lot in the past few months following a weight reduction surgery.

Brown Mauzo has promised to love Vera Sidika even more after surgery

Mauzo through his Instagram page encouraged his wife Vera, confessing that he is okay with her new body. Mauzo said the journey has been tough but he has admired Vera’s resilience throughout as she now seeks to educate the public on the dangers of butt implants.

“Dear wife, I know this hasn’t been easy at all. I’ve been with you through the entire process and all I can say is that you are a very strong lady. I’m so happy you found peace & acceptance & finally had the courage to come out and educate young girls.” he wrote.

Mauzo said he loved the curvy Vera and that he will miss her body, promising to love her even more for her personality and pure heart.

Vera Sidika removes implants citing health risks involved, advises women against cosmetic surgery

“I your husband miss your killer figure so much but what I love and treasure is your personality & pure heart. I will love you more just the way you are,” he added.

On Wednesday, Vera shocked her fans when she announced that she underwent surgery due to ‘health risks and complications.’

Describing it as the hardest phase of her life, the Veetox founder asked ladies not to rush to get butt implants as they might ruin their lives for good. She named the turnaround she’s having ‘THE REBIRTH’, flaunting her new appearance on social media.

“THE REBIRTH …This has been the hardest phase in my life, Due to health risks, I had to undergo surgery. It’s still very unbelievable but I’ve come to terms with it & learned to love myself regardless,” she said.

She used the opportunity to advise her fans and followers to always love themselves regardless.

“Ladies; pls learn to love yourself & don’t ever let peer pressure rush u into things that will ruin you in the future. I’m lucky to be alive, God loves me so much.🥺🙏 Honestly It’s been pretty hard, I didn’t even celebrate my birthday this year, but here we are. Happy birthday to me.

She also thanked her husband Brown Mauzo for being the biggest support system in her weight loss journey.

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