Media mogul, Mo Abudu who has always been a source of inspiration to young ladies has now expressed concerns over the rumours that made rounds months ago on having affairs with top politicians to have her bills footed.
Recall that in September 2021, Mo Abudu was dragged on social media for her alleged romantic relationship with Lagos governors and other top-notch Nigerian politicians.
This was made known by Gistlovers, who recounted the sexual escapades between the media personality and Lagos state past governors.
However, Mo Abudu did not respond to the allegations back then, she only took to her Instagram page to eulogise herself as a brilliant, beautiful, and brave woman.
Now responding in a new interview with Chude Jideonwo,
Mo Abudu said “I listen to my mum a lot and she is wise. She says, leave them, no one knows how water gets in the coconut so I won’t waste my time thinking about what anyone said, those that know me know me and anyone saying trash doesn’t know me…people were calling me to find out if there is something serious happening and I’m like, you guys, I am very okay.
Yes, it can be painful because of the young girls that look up to me. I don’t want the young girls to look up to me to think that this is what I have done and if they do I worry about that because how do you do the work we have done?….
We at Ebony life studios have over 30 international projects in development from Netflix to Will smith’s company, to Sony and some not announced yet, incredible projects.
I get calls every day, about how the western world works when they find someone doing magic, your information spreads and they want to work with you and that is our mission to be global not just Nigerian and African vision.
I am getting busy here so let them keep getting busy with their cook up stories.
Like the Hushpuppi story, many other brands bided for it on the international scene but we won it because I, Mo was involved….we are not justifying what he did but what we are saying is that it is a story that needs to be told cos there are many lessons both god or bad for the youths.”