PICS | Lesedi Matsunyane shows off hot new post-surgery body

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Lesedi Matsunyane-Ferguson is showing off her hot new body.
Lesedi Matsunyane-Ferguson is showing off her hot new body.
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Over the past few years, many celebrities such as Omuhle Gela and Khanyi Mbau have been open about the plastic surgeries they had done on their bodies.

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One other celebrity who has admitted to going under the knife recently is actress and casting director, Lesedi Matsunyane-Ferguson. She has revealed that she recently did a tummy tuck (abdominoplasty) – which according to the Dr Rick van der Poel website – is a procedure that involves tightening loose and sagging skin around the abdominal area.

Taking to her Instagram page, Lesedi revealed that she has healed from her procedure and showed off her new body with a stunning picture where she can be seen wearing underwear.

“A nip and tuck but still packing a punch.

Now that I’m all healed up I can show off. Thank you so much for the mommy makeover @brianmonaisa @marangaesthetics.

I’m eternally grateful to you and how you helped me get my mojo back,” she captioned the image.

@sediimatsunyane Instagram.

When a follower asked about her healing journey, Lesedi revealed that it had taken her 4 weeks to heal.

“@nkateko apparently I have a high tolerance for pain so I was up and about pretty early. But I took it VERY easy for at least 4 weeks,” she responded.

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Since then, the mother-of-one has been showing off her hot new body with images that reveal her tummy area.

Here’s a look at Lesedi’s hot new body below.

@sediimatsunyane Instagram.

@sediimatsunyane Instagram.

@sediimatsunyane Instagram.

@sediimatsunyane Instagram.

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