Ghanaian actress, Moesha Boduong, has pleaded with Ghanaians not to to call her a hypocrite after she announced she was living a changed life.
According to Moesha, if she did something in the past, advocating against them now does does not make her a hypocrite.
In an Instagram post, Moesha expressed her worry at how some Ghanaians slammed her for advocating against dating for favors.
She advised in the post that people should not allow others to use their past to invalidate their current mindset.
Social media users on reading Moesha's post reacted:
@awunisandra expressed her happiness that Moesha had grown: "Am happy for u sis, may God bless you n supply ur needs daily."
@counselor_esinam admire Moesha's caption: "Your hair tho. Good morning, caption on point."
@jacobjay.gh advised Moesha to ignore haters: "Fine morning. Move on and forget all the Pharisees we all have an ugly past. Never let it hunt you."
@ethel_puplampu had this to say: "This caption is beautiful and strong."
@aman_kwahh urged Moesha on: "I read the comment over and over again. E dey bost my brain, bury the past n focus on the future."
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Moesha's post and the phrase 'Growth' written at the bottom of her post depicts that the actress is indeed growing.
Prior to this post by Moesha, Ghanaians slammed her for condemning ladies who date old men for favors.
Ghanaians who slammed her recalled how Moesha revealed during a CNN interview that she was dating married men.
In the interview, Moesha revealed she dated married men to survive due to the tough economic conditions in Ghana.
After Ghanaians slammed her for such a comment, Moesha apologized and disclosed that she was immature at the time.
Moesha later confirmed that she had dumped the old man she spoke about in the CNN interview.
The turnaround made by Moesha to speak against the same activity she hailed some time back was why Ghanaians slammed her.
But it seems Moesha is not happy about the criticism, a reason she made her recent post to plead with people to stop calling her a hypocrite.
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