Moyo Lawal: I didn’t leak my sex tape

In a video posted on her Instagram page, Moyo Lawal said the incident is an invasion of her privacy and has taken an emotional toll on her

Nollywood actress Moyo Lawal has denied claims that she leaked her now viral sex tape for popularity status.

The curvaceous actress who has been a subject of conversations and news headlines on both traditional and social media since yesterday following her leaked intimate video tape says she feels violated and vulnerable at the unfortunate incident.

In a video posted on her Instagram page, Moyo Lawal said the incident is an invasion of her privacy and has taken an emotional toll on her.

The said video which has been trending on Twitter over the weekend has sparked both criticisms and support among fans and her colleagues.

Some critics are very certain Moyo deliberately leaked the video.

However, the actress, who is renowned for her vibrant presence on social media, asserted that she was caught entirely off guard by the release of the said video.

“A private video of mine from a while ago has been inappropriately shared without my consent, violating my privacy and trust. l want to emphasise that this video done with my ex I was to marry as at that time was never intended for public consumption, and its unauthorised distribution is a breach of my personal boundaries.

However this criminal breach of privacy will definitely be treated with legal action.

It really hits me funny because I have always maintained a strict approach to my sexuality, even going as far as being celibate for a few years, refusing to date often and choosing to be alone most times. ”

She also urged her fans and the public to respect her privacy during this difficult time and called for a more responsible and empathetic use of social media.

She emphasized that the incident has had a profound impact on her mental and emotional well-being.

“I am determined not to let this unfortunate incident break my spirit .

I appreciate the support and understanding of those who have reached out to me during this challenging time. Please know that your kindness and goodwill means the world to me,” she said.



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