A J.S.S Classmate of Moesha has Revealed why Moesha Sleeps with Men for Money | NsromaMedia
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A J.S.S Classmate of Moesha has Revealed why Moesha Sleeps with Men for Money

A J.S.S Classmate of Moesha has Revealed why Moesha Sleeps with Men for Money

For most beautiful women with little or no brain, it is their private part that suffers in this world. This saying, according to  a Martyrs of Uganda JSS mate of Moesha, who spoke to NsromaMedia.Com’s Nsiah Asante on condition of anonymity, is true of the ‘actress’.

According to the gentleman, who was a mate of Moesha for the brief moment she was at the school in Kumasi, explained that the young woman was not smart when they were in class.

She deferred to her good looks at the time to get fellow classmates to help her through her assignments. As such, it is not surprising that she has grown to be a woman who is deferring to her her looks and shape for bread.

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Background:

Moesha had her primary education at the Nyhiaeso International School and Martyrs of Uganda Basic School in the Ashanti Regional capital Kumasi, continued to Accra Girls Senior High School and proceeded to Ghana’s premier university, University of Ghana, Legon where she graduated with a Diploma in Theatre, Music and Dance.

In the early hours of Thursday, April 12, 2018, Ghanaians woke up to the news of actress Moesha Boduong making wild statements on CNN Moesha was interviewed on CNN concerning her personality, sex, love, and other things.

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In the end, Moesha, who plays a role in the popular TV series, Coco Brown, told the host of the TV show that she depends on men for survival.

According to Moesha, she currently sleeps with a married man for money because Ghana’s economy is so hard.

Moesha was emphatic about her submission that given the current economy situation in Ghana, it would be hard as a woman to live without a meaningful ‘sponsor’.

 


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