Ghanaian born again socialite and Instagram slay queen has openly apologised to Ghana, the young girls she introduced to rich men and the people she misled to a haughty lifestyle.
In a video trending online, the popular slay mama who is known famously as Moesha Boduong, was seen all tattered and excited to have been liberated from all her wayward activities.
She revealed that flashy lifestyles are termed unworthy and urged the slay mamas out there who sell their bodies for money to turn back to God and realise the beauty of their worth which the rich men buy and endeavour with the money she labelled as “peanuts”.
She further disclosed that not all rich Slay Mamas are genuinely happy with their mess_ says they do a lot of dirty jobs at the closed doors.
Speaking about her misfortune, she begged Ghana and the people she misled to forgive her of her past life.
Moesha Boduong, has sold all her cars, clothes and many more accessories so as to live a happy life.
“I am sorry Ghana and I apologise for introducing young girls to rich married men. May God forgive me for my sins.”
“I don’t have anything in my account again, my car, I have sold it, I pick Bolt, I don’t have anything, I have given everything, see me the way I am looking but me looking like this, I am happier than those days that you’d see me driving Range Rover and travelling around. I was not happy”.
“So all these girls that looked at my lifestyle and wanted to be like me, it’s not easy at all. Some of these girls go and they die because of the wrong men they sleep with. All these men do is to take our glory and give us peanuts”.
“I was so sick because the devil didn’t want me to speak up”
“This is Moesha Boduong, they use to call me Slay Queen of Accra and I was happy … I thought it was ok but I battled with a lot.”
Watch video below;
Moesha Boduong saved from suicide, confesses to doing drugs, pimping out young girls as she preaches about Christ to those who saved her. #PulseWatchIt #PulseEntertainmentVid #Moesha pic.twitter.com/ub2UjfSmio
— Pulse Ghana (@PulseGhana) July 13, 2021