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Ugandan Socialite who underwent surgery to look like Nicki Minja outs look




A Ugandan socialite known for having caused the separation between Diamond Platinumz fiancé Zari Hassan and ex-lover Farouk Ssempala who underwent surgery in the previous months to look like Jamaican singer Nickie Minaj has fully recovered and unveiled her new look.


Julia posted her new shape on Facebook

Ms Julia Kawalya, a US resident late last year splashed a staggering shs210m to lose weight and have a “bootyfull” body like her icon Nickie Minaj.

In new pictures splashed all over social media, the socialite is seen posing in different shots to reveal her new look. She has obtained an enhanced behind, curved sides (hips) and struggles to push chest upfront to rub it in that “yes she also got a boob job done”.

“All I can say is I love my body and am so happy and excited beyond any stretch of the imagination! There is nothing healthy about weighing 288 pounds at 32, am healthy am happy beyond what I thought was ever possible. When I look in the mirror, I love what I see. We choose different paths in life and this is my journey, my path. My tummy tuck helped me get rid of stomach fat almost 8 pounds, the most dangerous kind of fat due to the fact it covers the organs and can lead to cancer, anything else was irrelevant only downside is am now addicted to shopping” she said when asked about the new look.


Onika Tanya Maraj (born December 8, 1982), professionally known by her stage name Nicki Minaj, is a Trinidadian-born American rapper, singer and songwriter who earned public attention after releasing three mixtapes between 2007–09.

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