CEO of Maddhaus Entertainment Mr. Livingston Abani has finally reacted to reports that he is HIV positive and allegedly spreading it in Ghana.
The Ghana based Nigerian Businessman has vehemently denied the reports with an official statement accompanied with results of his HIV test to prove that he does not have the virus as it’s being reported in the media.
A snapshot of a post on snap chat sufficed online on Tuesday evening February 18, 2019 in which a lady with user name “fatp*ssy055” alleged that Livingston Abani is HIV positive and has since set out on an agenda to spread the pernicious virus.
The screenshots mentioned actress and Social Media star Moesha Boduong and Musician Tiffany as two of the many female Ghanaian popular figures Mr. Livingstone has allegedly had sexual affair with. But he has denied all the reports.
Read his full statement below.
“I was greeted yesterday in the morning with humbug and a manufactured storyline, which seeks to dent my hard earned reputation but I’m confident Ghanaians are discerning and will not take this unfounded allegation hook line and sinker.
To begin with, I will want to state emphatically that I’m not HIV positive and those behind this are set out for no good. I advise the dawdle snap chat lady who has been recruited to find something else to do than to want to go on this tangent of which ascertaining the truth is just a walk to the hospital for a test. The test results accompany this statement so they can feed their ignorance.
I say verily, destroying my reputation will not launder. This allegation is just a figment of their own imagination and the test results flaws their claims.
In a series of posts, the said lady claimed I have had sex with dozens of women and celebrities unprotected and paid them huge sums of money. She even went ahead to mention some names and that is rather unfortunate because these people are young Ghanaian women who are working hard and dragging their names like this is unacceptable.
I’m a man of affairs and an entertainment industry savvy, hence I have always been available to offer help to players in any capacity I deem fit or as much as my strength could allow, but not for sexual pleasure in return – I support the industry out of gratuity and love for the art.
I want to inform her and her cronies that I have been in Ghana since 2002 and not three years ago as she claims, its palpable she has been misguided with information and I advice she desist from peddling falsehood or I allow the laws to take its course.
I hereby entreat all and sundry to treat this malicious fabrication with the discontent it deserves. The matter has been reported to the police and I have since informed my lawyers as we gear up towards seeking legal redress.”
See his HIV test result below: