Instagram model and actress, Moesha Boduong, has finally spilled the beans with respect to reports that she has HIV.
News was rife last week that, she had been infected with HIV by Madhaus CEO, Livingstone Abani.
But Abani came out denying the reports as he posted the result of his HIV test which proved negative.
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Moesha, in an interview granted Graphic Showbiz sighted by YEN.com.gh, took a swipe at her enemies.
“I want to put on record that I do not have HIV/AIDS and the said man is not someone I have ever had anything to do with sexually. I know him but it is on a purely professional level. This is a man who has helped a lot of industry players.”
“The man I know is very principled and business oriented so it is quiet unfair for anyone to tarnish his image using a deadly disease such as this, but what can you say? At the end of the day, it is the truth that matters. I don’t have any disease and I have never slept with the man in question.”
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“Has the person behind this thought of how he or she would feel if the tables were turned? That I have a family, that I have a brand? What was the person’s aim? Well, if the aim was to make me look bad I’m sorry the person has failed. I am stronger than what people think,” she said.
Moesha said she was not bothered about the issue although it was serious. “I am not bothered at all. Far from it. If I have learnt anything in this world, it is not allowing negative things to get to me."
YEN.com.gh had earlier a story about Moesha proving that she is HIV negative.
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She posted photos donating blood to fill the National Blood Bank.
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