I Have Infected 134 People Including 19 Ladies With HIV And Still Counting – Lady



A woman who claims to be HIV positive has said that she has infected 115 men and 19 women, with more on the way. 

The Nigerian lady claims she was diagnosed with the ailment in 2016 and has been spreading it ever since. 
The lady known on Twitter as @the afropolite made the discovery while responding to another user's message on the microblogging site.

@NellyNesh19 took to Twitter to say that she was infected with HIV at the age of 21 but now she is 24 years old and doing well. “Got infected with HIV at the age of 21 am 24 years now and am doing fine,” @NellyNesh19 wrote.

@NellyNesh19 took to Twitter to say that she was infected with HIV at the age of 21 but now she is 24 years old and doing well. Got infected with HIV at the age of 21 am 24 years now and am doing fine,” @NellyNesh19 wrote. Then, @the_afropolite reacted by sharing her experience with the disease and how she got infected. According to her, she was infected with the virus by her brother’s best friend in 2016 when she was just 18 years old. Since 2017, when she tested positive for the dreaded disease, she “has made it a mission to give to others what was given to her without a condom” by way of retaliation. From her tweet, she will continue spreading the virus until she can’t spread it any longer. Scholarships and Bursaries In the UK “I got infected by my brother’s best man in 2016 when I was just 18. He was the first & only guy I had sex with till I turned 20. Since Dec 2017 I tested positive, I made it my mission to give to others what was given to me, without condom. About 115 guys & 19 girls now & counting,” @the_afropolite. @the_afropolite’s tweet Her disclosure has left many Twitter users scared, with many condemning her “mission” to spread the virus to innocent people who had no hand in her predicament. Others too sympathized with her because she got infected with the virus by an elderly person at the time she was very young.


Source: Africawish.com

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