Social media sensation, Moesha Boduong has made some startling revelations about the life she lived over the years after becoming well-known in the country.
In a viral video sighted by Myjoyonline.com, the 31-year-old actress said she attempted to commit suicide by jumping off an uncompleted storey building but was stopped by some workers nearby.
A few weeks ago Miss Boduong announced her repentance in a video as she shared her testimony at the Revelation Church.
To walk the talk, the social media influencer deleted all the skimpy photos of herself on her Instagram page.
Tearfully recounting the experience she said, “before I shared my testimony at church it wasn’t an easy thing, I was battling with a lot of things. I was so sick, the devil didn’t want me to speak”.
The actress revealed that she has emptied her account and sold her luxurious Range Rover car.
According to her, the money which she used to live her extravagant lifestyle is “dirty”, thus she doesn’t want to associate herself with it anymore.
Speaking to some people around her, she said “I don’t have anything. I have given back everything. See the way I am looking now, I am happier than those days that you’d see me driving Range Rover and travelling around.”
The actress seized the moment to advise young girls by saying that they should desist from having affairs with married men to make a living.
She stressed, “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”.
Preaching against her past life, Moesha disclosed that she took some hard drugs including weed and cocaine but by divine intervention, she has been given a second chance to turn a new leaf.
“This is Moesha Buduong, they used to call me Slay Queen of Accra and I was happy. I thought it was okay but I battled with a lot,” she said.
“I tried crack before, I took weed, its God that I don’t know is with me so when I tried it, I didn’t like it”.
In the touching video, she apologized to Ghanaians and all girls she has introduced to “dating rich married men.”
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