Moesha Boduong has once again caused a stir on social media after sharing another of her usual videos.
In the new video, Moesha showed off her long silky hair which she described as her 'natural hair' after taking off her weavon.
Sitting in a car and smiling with her red-painted lip mouth, Moesha flipped her beautiful long hair for fans to see. She even turned her back in order to give fans a full view of the hair.
The video posted on Instagram was captioned: "My natural hair no weavon ."
While Moesha was happily flaunting her hair, there were many followers who did not believe in what she sought to portray.
Just as they always describe her as fake, in reference to her surgery at Obengfo to enhance her shapely figure, many of her followers have told her off over this one.
@highly_favoured_chrissy started by suggesting that the hair was from Obengfo: "So now Moesha can't lie in peace err? Someone said the hair too is from Obengfo. Y'all should leave Moe alone."
@misterr_corazon a man came in with his opinion: "It's a lie. She's used extensions. Don't diss me please men know some stuff."
@aame.adjowa14 pointed something out to Moesha: "Madam it’s not your natural hair it’s your permed hair. Don’t confuse natural with perm hair, please. Just say you've taken out your weave."
@enkyembourholdings doubted Moesha's claim: "Natural hair as in your real kinky African hair..... ???"
But it was not all doubts as some of Moesha's fans believed and defended her.
@quiin_b was astonished why people were finding it difficult to believe Moesha: "But seriously why do people find it hard to believe? There are indeed hairy women out there so I believe that’s her real hair. It’s not strange at all."
@sweetness_obaapa_nhyira just wanted to know the secret to Moesha's beautiful natural hair: "What's your secret to dis beautiful and healthy hair?"
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