Good guys come my way naturally – Moesha Boduong

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Actress Moesha Buodong has been the target of most Ghanaians because of what they term as her extravagant way of life and depending on men for survival. However, she says good guys come her way naturally.

Moesha Buodong may have shut critics who are with the mentality that she does not befriend “broke” men.

According to the Instagram goddess, her first boyfriend was a broke man who cheated on her even though she was mad over heels for him.

“My first boyfriend was a man without cash and we were struggling together but he cheated on me severally and got my heart broken. After such experience, I vowed never to date a broke guy.” she told SVTV AFRICA

The curvy actress said she is not a gold digger however she need a guy who’s rich and comfortable to come her way.

“I can’t date a man without a car, a man with at least a Corolla or a Hyundai isn’t bad for a guy who wants to date me,” she added

Moesha Buodong who recently hosted the red carpet session of the Golden Movie Awards.

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Source: SVTV Africa

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