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Popular Actress, Baby Blanche Launches "Operation Remove Your Panties" for Women...Find Out Why

Popular Actress, Baby Blanche Launches "Operation Remove Your Panties" for Women...Find Out Why
The actress during the launch at a press conference
 
At a press conference held in Accra on Saturday, September 9, Ghanaian Actress, Baby Blanche, launched a campaign tagged ‘Operation Remove Your Dross’, which urges ladies to stop wearing panties.
 
Making more disclose on her latest project while speaking with Nana Qwame Larbi of Hitz FM, Baby Blanche, said the campaign is targeted at helping save the lives of women
 
She said; “The whole initiative is to help ladies free themselves from infections which most ladies suffer as a result of wearing panties. I have practiced it and it has helped me. I also want to impact this same practice onto others.

“I can’t preach about going ‘pantiless’ and contradict myself by wearing them. I am not wearing Panties as I speak to you.” 
Press men during the event
 
While speaking in another chat, she said: “As an advocate of going pantieless, have lived in the last seven years without panties and have never incurred the wrath of the bacterium at my vital area in relation to any infection. I join the online physician Dr Mehmet Oz, who counsels it is time to go natural because we don’t want down there to get moist.

"In conclusion, based on experts research and my own experience as well as colleague compatriots have come to realized that , I Blanche Worae ( Baby Blanche) and my foundation can say on authority without fear a lady without panties can leave a healthier life. So am entreating all Ghanaian ladies to join me in going pantiless for healthy life.”

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