Moesha Boduong Reacts to News that She Chopped Down An HIV Positive Rich Dude for Ghc 10,000

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Actress, socialite and self-admitted ashawobrity, Moesha Boduong, has come out swinging to defend herself against allegations that she once had a s*xual encounter with rich Ghanaian man Livingstone Abani and received Ghc 10,000 for the one night stand.

The allegation, which was dropped by a ‘concerned’ Snapchat user, said Abani is HIV positive which he shares to the ladies he bangs in exchange for cash, one of whom is allegedly Moesha Boduong.

According to the lady making the accusations, ‘fatp****y055’, Moesha herself told the whole world on CNN that she sleeps with men for money and therefore cannot feign surprise at the allegation.

READ ALSO: SHOCKING: Moesha Buduong Allegedly Banged Shatta Wale’s Rich Godfather Believed To Be HIV/AIDS Positive For Ghc10,000 A Night (MORE DETAILS)

Moesha has now responded to the allegation but not by denying it specifically. Instead, what she’s done is share a post by Shatta Wale defending Abani on her IG page.

Ghanaians are interested in finding out whether Moesha slept with Abani for Ghc 10,000, not whether he’s a good man being falsely accused as claimed by Wale. Moesha, you need to say something in response, after all you’re the one who told us this is exactly your occupation.

Check out her post below…

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

 

 


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