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Yvonne Jegede: ''Don’t Blame Me For My Big Boobs''

Yvonne Jegede, in an interview with Vanguard, said people should not condemned her if clothes are not big enough to cover her very big boobs.

''I have big boobs, so, if the clothes are not big enough to cover my boobs, you should not blame me for that. I am not the person who made my clothes. I just put the clothes on,'' 

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  1. Hmmn you are truelly hot for hell hahahahahaha

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  2. Make she go siddon, can't she get a bigger size?.. Stupid excuse

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  3. Wat kind of answer is dat? Breast implant tins

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  4. Are those breast reaL?? Wandering Eyeeees!!

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  5. When she will not buy her size mtcheeeeeew,ur boobs are not natural nd we are tired of seeing dem.@Dunnie k.

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  6. In as much as u dnt av any reasonable xcuse 4 wearing dz,u ar responsible 4 ur indecency,so take d BLAMES.

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  7. Sew or buy clothes that will compliment your boobs my friend! Your excuse is a flimsy one.

    -Blunt Ibo boy-

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