‘It is a lesson not to be ungrateful’ – Afia Schwar reacts to Moesha’s stroke

Afia Schwarzenegger, a Ghanaian actress and comedian, has expressed her views on the ongoing controversy surrounding the ill health of fellow actress Moesha Boduong and her brother’s public plea for financial assistance.

In a recent interview with Zionfelix, Schwarzenegger revealed that Boduong has been suffering from a mental disorder, psychosis, and criticized her for showing ingratitude towards her after she funded Boduong’s medical treatment.

Schwarzenegger claimed she paid for Boduong’s medical expenses when her other friends were reluctant to help, but was repaid with ingratitude. She accused Boduong and her family of failing to acknowledge her contributions, which she cited as her reason for her recent lack of involvement in Boduong’s health matters.

The situation has garnered further attention following the creation of a GoFundMe account to raise funds for Boduong’s treatment, sparking debate online. Schwarzenegger has since taken to social media to comment on the issue.

Schwarzenegger stated, “When you repay good with evil, you suffer the consequences. It’s hard to get people to help you. I am just waiting for one person to mention my name or point accusing fingers at me for not showing concern about Moesha’s donation.”

Schwarzenegger also highlighted her generous nature, stating she has aided many individuals, both known and unknown to her, and that she was advised by her pastor to do so. The actress’s comments have added another layer to an already complex situation regarding Boduong’s health and the ongoing public fundraising campaign.

 

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