BJ can cause oral cancer – Stonebwoy’s wife Dr Louisa warns

Since oral “atopa” is bad for their health, Louisa, the wife of Ghanaian Dancehall Stonebwoy, has cautioned lovers to stop doing it.

The doctor claims that oral atopa, which includes BJ, increases the risk of mouth cancer in participants.

She also cautioned that oral ‘atopa’ individuals, like conventional ‘atopa,’ are susceptible to acquiring STIs.

Dr. Louisa claims that the human papillomavirus (HPV) in particular is connected to female cervical cancer.

She continued by saying that having a male gender alone doubles your risk of getting mouth cancer.