With a massive Instagram following of over a million people, Ivorian Eudoxie Yao has been a Wonder; as she claims her very highly extra endowed backside is not as a result of any surgery. She also recently made waves as she unveiled her fiancé, a man that is no where her match in body size. Their relationship has remained a marvel as people are kept wondering how a little over 4ft male was able to grasp her attention.
Ivorian singer, Eudoxie Yao dubbed “African Kim Kardashian” got engaged to a Guinean singer, Moussa Sandiana Kaba alias Grand P.
Grand P was born with progeria, an extremely rare genetic disorder that has affected his height.
As we previously reported, Africa is home to massively endowed women who didn’t need a cosmetic surgery and Eudoxie according to her claims, is proof.
She describes her look as “ultra sexy” and doesn’t plan on changing it. “No one is going to tell me how to dress, how I should be. I love my curves! I can say now I love my shape!”
Eudoxie Yao, who weighs 209 pounds says she hasn’t had any surgical work done to enhance her appearance. “I’ve never had cosmetic surgery. Never, never, never in my life. I’ve always been like this. My elders have bigger bums than me. It’s always been natural,” she tells the Mirror UK.
Due to her unique figure, Yao has had several television appearances, opportunities to attend special events and act as an on-air hostess.
Her confidence may seem standoffish to some but she didn’t get this way overnight. Yao explains, “There have been times when I haven’t felt attractive. When I began showing myself off on social media the negative comments used to really hurt me at the start,” “Often I’d read them and cry over them. Not in front of people, but I cried.” “Now I just ignore the nasty comments. I think those who write nasty comments aren’t particularly happy.”
Now she just ignores the hate and basks in her newfound confidence.
How does she maintain her looks? Besides trying to tone her arms, Yao isn’t on a diet. She eats whatever she desires.
Yao advises women to own the skin they are in and embrace their curvy figures. “People judge me a lot on social media because of my appearance and style.” “They say I dress too ‘sexy’. “They say, with my figure, I dress in a vulgar way.” “And my shape should be completely covered. I tell them no.” “You can be like me and sexy. You can be big, as I am, and wear tight-fitting clothes. And be at ease in your skin.”