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Cambodian singer warned against more plastic surgery

Cambodian singer warned against more plastic surgery

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Pop singer Sasa, who is sometimes mocked for resembling a ladyboy and having a terrible voice, has admitted that her plastic surgeon in Thailand warned her against going under the knife again, after her eighth corrective nose surgery.

The 23-year-old singer, who likes to flaunt her super-sized breasts and cleavage, assured the public that she is healthy after many trips to a Thai beauty clinic.

“The clinic that I went to is the big one in Thailand, so I’m not worried about the risk. I spent a lot of money on that. My last visit cost me more than US$5,000. I’m content with my look. I need not go under the knife anymore,” she said.

To contact the reporter on this story: Seth Kimsoeum at [email protected]

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