I Prayed For Big Boobs When Growing Up – Vanessa Gyan

Vanessa Gyan

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Media Personality Vanessa Gyan has disclosed that she wanted and literally prayed for big boobs, when she was growing up. Gyan revealed in an interesting chat with Sammy Forson, host of Live FM’s Drive Time show Route919 that she disliked her small breasts and wanted big ones but “the thing is that I’m scared of surgery. I’m scared of going under the knife so I don’t…I’m too scared.”

The Live FM Presenter disclosed that her insecurities started in college but she managed to overcome them. “When I was like… In my beginning years of college, I was like ‘oh my God, maybe I should get implants’ but then I got to a certain point where I was like ‘I’m happy with how I am. Thank You.”Surprisingly she didn’t like her thick lips either and wished she had smaller ones.

“There was a point when I was in high school, I was always like ‘I wish I had smaller lips because everyone around me had fish lips, really small but now I get embraced and people are like going to get injections and I’m like’ they are natural so yeah I’m cool.”

Vanessa Gyan is the First Lady of Entertainment on Urban radio. Gyan joined Accra’s Favourite youth brand, Live FM months ago. She dishes the latest in entertainment news, which she calls ‘The Juice’ where she tells you, all you need to know about your favourite celebrities in Ghana and across the world.

Join her on mid-morning show Lifestyle Cafe hosted by Antoine Mensah at 11am and on Drive time Show, Route919 hosted by Sammy Forson at 5pm. She covered the 2016 Black Entertainment Television (BET) Awards with Jay Foley, interacting with Fantasia, Angie Martinez, Karrueche, Akon, Busta Ryhmes, South African rapper AKA and other notable figures.

Born to Kiki Gyan of Osibisa fame, her career started in the United States of America, covering and reporting on events for VH1, MTV and BET, and interviewed a number of industry personalities including Boyz II Men, super-producer Swizz Beatz and Grammy Award-winner Melanie Fiona.

After relocating to Ghana in 2013, she continued her career working with Global Media Alliance – She produced ‘e on e’ and ‘Magic Moments’ hosted by Caroline Sampson, and hosted/co-hosted The Late Night Celebrity Show.

The station also aired the first two seasons of her show, Sincerely, Vee. She co-hosted ‘Yired’ on Y FM during her stay with the station. Season three of ‘Sincerely, Vee’, a woman empowerment program hosted and produced by her is set to air on GhOneTV in the coming weeks.