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I Used To Take Cocaine And Weed & Also Pimp Girls – Moesha Buduong Confesses After “Holy Ghost” Arrest (VIDEO)

The immediate repented Actress who was always tagged as a “Slay Queen”, Moesha Buduong for about a month now after a video went viral of her converting into christ has indeed changed her ways.

She has deleted all photos on her social media handles where she was wearing dresses that expose her huge backside. The International “Slay Queen” has really repented with no doubt.

I Used To Take Cocaine And Weed & Also Pimp Girls – Moesha Buduong Confesses After “Holy Ghost” Arrest

However, in a video going viral on socials, Meosha was sighted preaching the word of God in a construction site where she made mention of some of the ungodly things she used to do when she was in the world.

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Per Moesha, she was smoking weed and even went to an extent of taking in cocaine but she stopped because it wasn’t helping. She also revealed that she was into pimping girls to “Sugar daddies”.

She was recounting all the things she did as a “slay queen”.

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