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Singer denies wanting bigger breasts for fame

Singer denies wanting bigger breasts for fame


Seeing that big breasts are a great asset to becoming a superstar, the mother of singer Ly Evathina wishes she had money for her daughter to go under the knife, according to a neighbour.

The source says Ly Evathina’s mother is worried that her daughter’s popularity is going down because other stars with big breasts outshine her.

“She wants her daughter to be sexy because big breasts are the hot trend in showbiz now.”

The 27-year-old singer, known for her fluency singing Chinese songs, denies the rumour.

“It’s not true,” says Ly Evathina, who has more than a decade of showbiz experience. “My mother never, ever said such a horrible thing. She believes I’m not a low-class singer.

She won’t let me go under the knife just to have big breasts to boost my popularity.”

The singer admits she fancied having bigger breasts until she learned of the dangers. “I wanted big breasts, but I decided to be natural so I don’t have to spend money and live in fear of cancer,” she says.

To contact the reporter on the story: Sou Vuthy at [email protected]


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