SA woman with buttocks that keep on growing

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BOTHAVILLE, South Africa-A woman whose life has become a struggle has cried out for help as her buttocks won’t stop getting bigger.

55-year-old Mamashi Oageng from Khotsong kasi in Bothaville, South Africa, revealed that many TV channels had broadcasted her story in a bid to get her help but everything failed.

According to Daily Sun, Mamashi said her buttocks started growing six years ago and it doesn’t seem to want to stop.

She said she was trapped in her bedroom because she had trouble walking.

“I don’t want a poking partner. I need someone to save me from my backside before it’s too late,” she said.

“Life is not easy and sometimes, I feel like giving up. I have been to many doctors but they say they can’t help me. I believe I’m cursed!”

 Mamashi said her bum had grown so big that she can’t walk properly and she spends most of her time lying in bed and waiting for someone to feed and bath her.

“My health isn’t good because of my big behind. Four years ago, I could still walk outside and catch a taxi to where I needed to go,” she said.

“Passengers and neighbours call me all sorts of names like Sarah Baartman and I cry myself to sleep.”

“The problem started when I gained weight. Even when I went on a diet, the kilograms still piled up on my bum. I need a doctor who can help me.”-Nigerian Monitor

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