So Social media has been inundated with pictures of Michy, wife of Shatta Wale at the Golden Movie Awards 2016 held at the Kempinski Hotel last Saturday.
Lots of people have trolled the wife of the dancehall king and teased her over her “fallen” breasts just because people are surprised why a woman under 25 has sagged boobs.
We can understand some of the arguments people raised judging from the fact that she’s a married woman, so people didn’t expect her to flaunt her boobs especially when they had “fallen”.
Maybe perhaps she did so innocently and it didn’t just end well!
So, we did a little research on why the boobs sag, discovered something interesting and decided to share with you, so you can understand why.
One thing observed on social media about the comments people passed was that most compared Shatta Michy’s boobs to that of Nadia Buari who recently also gave birth. Well, let’s look at this.
Having a baby, breastfeeding, and racking up more birthdays all contribute to a loss of elasticity of collagen, the connective tissue under the skin – leaving your set more deflated than firm.
Sag can also be a matter of genetics. If your mother had a droopy pair, you might be predisposed to one, too – Women Health Mag
So we all know Michy has a baby and perhaps that explains why, but interestingly there are more reasons that could account for the sagging of the breast.
Redbookmag has outlined 9 things women do everyday that can make their boobs sag.
Now look at the list below and tell us what you think. We believe our fellow women could also learn from this so they can still maintain their firm breasts till old age, when you can’t control it anymore.
When you don’t drink enough orange juice
It’s not just good for getting rid of that nasty winter cold, says Grotting. In fact, your breast tissue desperately needs vitamin C and B to build supportive elastic tissues and collagen so that they can maintain their shape. So, you might want to consider drinking a small glass of OJ in the A.M. in addition to your skim latte from now on.