50-Year Old Nigerian Pastor Warned Moesha Not to Tell Anyone What She Saw In His Secret Chambers
Moesha Boduong appears to be losing her mind after seeing bizarre things in the secret chambers of her 50-year-old Nigerian partner.
This is a new development in the story that resulted in her predicament, as told by anonymous Instagram blogger ThoseCalledCelebs.
Moesha Buduong apparently visited this unidentified man in Nigeria for her birthday party and observed some horrific things in his residence, according to an audio report released on Instagram by ThoseCalledCelebs, but was advised by him not to tell anyone about what she saw.
According to the story, Moesha Buduong, who had sleepless nights after returning to Ghana, told director Kofi Asamoah and her serious Ghanaian lover about what she saw at the pastor's residence, and that was the start of her problems.
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