‘Fat & Curvy Girls Have $melly V*gina’ — Nollywood Actress Says And The Internet Can’t Keep Quiet

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A Nigerian actress and comedian, Charity Nnaji has set the internet on fire with her controversial statement that women who are thick and curvy often have smelly pu$$y.

The light-skinned actress made this pronouncement to Potpourri in a chat that most big and thick girls, who claim to be curvy are dirty under.

READ ALSO: “If you can’t give your girlfriend money, be prepared to share her p**sy with other guys” — Nigerian Lady

Charity was actually referring to a picture of a big, thick and curvy lady posted by Potpourri on Instagram where she commented on the picture, saying the picture was beautiful, adding that ‘most of them are dirty though.’

And seeking more clarification, Potpourri went after her to know why she believes thick and curvy women are dirty, especially when she too falls in that same category.

And then came the shock reply:

Yes, I am a curvy lady but I take good care of myself. See my armpit, there are no hairs. So many things are wrong with some of them.

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