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Nollywood Actress, Ayo Adesanya, Vows To Remove Tattoo After Discovering It Is A Sin

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Ace Nollywood actresss, Ayo Adesanya is a personality who doesn’t fancy discussing her private life. But whenever she decides to, she is always frank with her throught. Recently, she admitted there is a man in her life and they will be getting married soon.

However, the most striking of her words was when she noted that she is trying to get rid of her tattoo after discovering that it is a sin.

“I
still have it (her tattoo) but it’s fading off gradually. I recently
had a surgery. I’m supposed to have gone for another one. I’m clearing
it off but it’s so painful. It gets swollen and too painful.

“I
went to a church to pray and they gave me a Bible verse, I never knew it
was against Christianity. Until the Pastor opened a passage that I
should read, and that was how I knew. It’s actually so beautiful when
you have tattoos but immediately I knew it was a sin then, I made up my
mind to clean it.”

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Although she did not reveal which passage it was but observers were quick to attribute her discovery to LEVITICUS 19:28 which says “You shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead, nor tattoo any marks on you: I am the LORD”

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