The family of Moesha, now Maurecia Boduong has tasked Ghanaians to give the actress the privacy and space to “heal” peacefully after she went viral for renouncing her old ways and accepting Christ.
In a press release, the family stated that everyone reserves the right to a new beginning and pleaded with, especially social media users, to cease the bickering, gossiping and attacks on the actress.
“No matter what happened or where Moesha has been and no matter whom she has “used” or “offended”, we believe that there comes a time in life when realisation sets in or a time when you “wake up” from your past and try to make good your life.”
“Let’s let Moesha “heal” peacefully and let’s give her space from all networks to enable a new, positively fulfilling and effective beginning for her,” parts of the statement reads.
This comes after an audio recording of one Nelson who claimed to be the brother of Moesha went viral. Among other things, Nelson made some wild allegations about the actress and claimed she had been cured for supposedly sleeping with married men.
However, the family in the press release, denied knowing any body by name Nelson, stating categorically, that he is not Moesha’s brother.
The family also condemned the content of the audio recording, adding that they were disappointed after finding out it had been circulating on social media.
“We believe Moesha has the right to a, “new beginning in Christ and a chance to make right her life. We support the decision she has taken and will support her in any positive way to help her find her real self.”
The actress’ family also said no persons have been authorised to solicit for funds to support Moesha or on behalf of the family.
“However, the family is extremely grateful to everyone who reached out genuinely to help. Everybody deserves some privacy at one time or the other in life and this is the least we can offer Moesha now. #givemoeshaabreak.”
A few weeks ago, Miss Boduong announced her repentance in a video as she shared her testimony at the Revelation Church. The social media influencer deleted all the skimpy photos of herself on her Instagram page to walk the talk.
She went ahead to make some startling revelations about her life 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 suicide by jumping off an uncompleted storey building but was stopped by some workers nearby.
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.
Meanwhile, the Revelation Church, which helped actress Moesha Boduong, now Maurecia, renounce her old ways, has refuted claims the born again Christian has given away all her property and money to them.
In a press release, the church stated that the allegations are a “blatant lie from the pit of hell”, adding that all the church has done since she joined them was to show her the love of Jesus Christ consistently.
“We would like to categorically state that at no time has Maurecia or any member of her family given any properties, cars or sale proceeds to either the Lead Pastor or the church. This is verifiable,” parts of the statement read.
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