Oluwabusayo Victoria Abiri better known as Khloé, first found fame on as a housemate on the third season of the Big Brother Naija show.
Before then the Ekiti-born model and video vixen competed in several pageants including the Miss Global Nigeria beauty pageant in 2013, finishing in third place.
She also appeared in music videos of artists like Davido, Wizkid, Patoranking, Shaydee and Banky W, showing off her slim figure.
Rumours about a Brazilian Butt Lift started in September 2020 when a picture of a naked woman lying on operating table was circulated on social media, with many pointing out that the woman in the photo bore a striking resemblance to the model.
Shortly after, Sandra Johnson, the mother of social media influencer Adeherself, showed her support for Khloe with a video in which condemned the blogger behind the leak and branded it’s circulation “inappropriate and not sweet for the eyes.”
Khloe then confirmed that she was the woman in the photo by reposting the video and thanking Mrs Johnson for her support.
“Amen mummy, I love you,” she wrote on Instagram.
“@solacookery thanks a lot. And to my beautiful sister @adeherself chop kiss.”
Though she’s been flaunting her surgically-enhanced figure in steamy pictures and videos for the gram since then, the beauty has admitted that she was terrified about going under the knife.
Reflecting on her experience in a post shared to mark the second anniversary of her surgery, she revealed that she was nervous made jokes about dying.
She has however, confirmed that she has no other plans to go under the knife again.
Not even for a 100 million naira as she told media personality, Tamesan: “I say of they give me 100 million and say Khloe go and do surgery, I nor dey do o. It is painful! Even small surgery on your body…even injection is painful now imagine extracting, removing, adding…it is painful.”
She also reiterated this yesterday with a video in which she repeated words of affirmation and self love while showing off her banging body.
“I am beautiful just the way I am, I accept my bodyright now,” the voiceover says.
“Nothing needs to change for me to begin to love myself. I love myself unconditionally,
“I am doing great. I am enough. I am right where I need to be. I trust my life, I release the need to compare myself to others. I am whole. My life is unfolding in perfect divine.”