Moesha Buduong recently turned a new leaf and repented from her old ways to accept Christ as her Lord and personal savior.
This was after a video surfaced online which had the heavily endowed Moesha Buduong singing worship songs and crying after she was saved by Christ and became a new creation.
While some people commended her for finally giving up on her “slaying” lifestyle, others believe that there must be an ulterior motive behind her sudden repentance.
One of these people happens to be the host of the Real News aired on United TV, Akwesi Boadi, aka Akrobeto.
During his show, Akrobeto linked the sudden repentance of Moesha Buduong to that of Nana Agradaa and Akuapem Poloo who also repented after they got themselves into trouble.
“Wonders shall not end, Moesha says she has repented and given her life to Christ, that is good (claps)…. But what might have led her to repent? Well, it is a good decision and I will not speak ill of you (laughs). First, it was Akuapem Poloo who said she has repented, then Nana Agradaa. Don’t repent, continue being your old self don’t repent but I am only human and I can’t judge you. All souls belong to Christ, it is left to God to forgive you or not, so Moesha, may God be with you (laughs),” he said.
Kaywa reacted to this by expressing his concerns about how people turn to mock celebs after they have given their lives to Christ to begin a new life.
He wrote; “I’m seriously saddened by this…Why make an adverse mockery of someone’s decision to repent and give her life to Jesus? The bible is clear on this..… Luke 15:10 In the same way, I tell you, there is joy in the presence of the angels of God over one sinner who repents…why laugh over what makes Heaven Rejoice??? Who gave us the power to judge someone’s salvation? Let’s be careful. Dear @moeshaboduong Jesus Christ is very proud of you, and always remember you made the BEST decision for your Soul.“
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Well, it was also speculated that Moesha Buduong is doing this to impress the family of the man she intends to marry.