THE year 2018 was quite a busy one for the entertainment scene especially when it came to controversies. And one celebrity who endured her fair share of it was actress Moesha Buduong, who says her scandals have made her more careful about who she lets into her life.
“In 2018, life taught me that it is not everyone you need to talk to. There are people who come into your life just to see how deep you fall and often they come disguised and when that happens, you believe that they have you at heart.
“You tell them everything only for them to betray you when you need them the most. I experienced that a lot in 2018 especially when my issues came.
“The people I thought were my friends betrayed me and said a lot of things which got me worried because I am human so yes I have learnt to be careful who I open up to,” she told Showbiz.
Asked how it felt like when she was betrayed, Moesha said, “I was down, it hurt. You think you have found a friend in someone and it turns out that the person was rather the enemy but you cannot do anything about it because, the person knows everything about you so you have to live with it.
“It makes it difficult to open up to another even when the person might be the right one,” she added.
Moesha urged her fans and colleagues to be careful of the people around them. “To all those who have been with me since day one, I would say, it is not everyone that deserves to know your dealings, it is sometimes hard to keep quiet especially if it is good news but trust me, it is not everyone that needs to hear it.”
Moesha also admonished people to be genuine in their dealings with others saying “it is not easy to trust people so when someone trusts you with something, you have to respect it and not talk about it; that is a sign of maturity. I hope subsequent years will make us better people.”
Source: Graphic Showbiz
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