- Moesha Boduong has warmed her way back unto our television screens as an actress months after going off the grid
- The socialite was seen starring in a movie which has a snippet of her part trending on social media
- Moesha Boduong went off social media for months and came back after reports that she underwent some medical treatment
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Former slay-queen-turned-to-Christ, Moesha Babiinoti Boduong has hit the ground running by returning to the screens and landing her first movie role after a long absence.
The actress, in a new video sighted by YEN.com.gh, was starring in a movie alongside popular Kumawood star, Big Akwes.
Moesha and Big Akwes were seen seated in what looked like a living room as they conversed with each other.
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The pretty actress could be heard asking Big Akwes to tell her the surprise he promised to tell her.
Moesha was acting to the best of her ability and it almost seemed like she had not taken a long break from the screens.
Reports have it that popular movie maker, Kof Asamoah famed as Kofas, was the one who cast Moesha Boduong in his new project.
The snippet of the movie was posted by blogger Iamphylx who captioned it:
"@moeshaboduong featured in new TV series produced by Film Maker Kofi Asamoah!"
Moesha Boduong Spotted Taking Alcohol In Video; Says She's A Stubborn Child Of God
Speaking about Moesha, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the former slay-queen-turned-to-Christ was spotted in a new video hanging out with some friends inside what is believed to be a restaurant.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, Moesha indicated that she was taking alcohol even though God had asked her to stop taking alcohol.
She indicated that she was a stubborn child of the most high and added that "God was going to make her upset"
Popular Ghanaian Slay Queen Whitney Adams Allegedly Arrested By FBI In USA
A Ghanaian lady identified as Whitney Adams has landed in the grip of the FBI for helping scammers in Ghana to fraud their victims abroad.
According to U.S court documents, Whitney who lives between Ghana and America has helped Ghanaian fraudsters to scam people. From a series of fraudulent activities online, they have made over $6 million from their operations.
"From a time unknown, but by at least July 2018, and through April 7, 2022, in the District of Arizona, and elsewhere, FLAVIA ANNANG, WHITNEY ADAMS, and their co-conspirators conducted a romance/inheritance scam," the court document said.
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