Video: Moesha Boduong rescued from suicide attempt

Popular Ghanaian actress, Moesha Buduong has narrated how she nearly attempted suicide by jumping from an uncompleted storey building she was standing on.

A few weeks ago, Moesha Buduong announced her repentance and shared her testimony in the Revelation Church. She began to live a new life by deleting all the raunchy photos from her social media pages.

In a touching video seen by DCLeakers.com, Moesha who was in a long dusty dress was passionately talking about repentance and the ordeals she went through. “I was so sick because the devil didn’t want me to speak up,” she said.

She pleaded with Ghanaians and all girls she introduced to dating rich married men to refrain from the act.

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”.

“I don’t have anything in my account again, my car, I have sold it,” speaking to some people around her, she said “did you see I was going pick to 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”.

The actress also advised young girls by saying that “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”.

Moesha admitted to smoking weed and other hard drugs, but fortunately wasn’t addicted to it.

“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,” she said.

“Crack, I tried crack before, I took weed, it’s God that I don’t know is with me so when I tried it, I didn’t like it”. she added.

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