- A South African HIV patient has taken to social media to reveal how she was able to bear 3 HIV negative kids
- According to the lady whose partner is also HIV negative, she has remained healthy and the virus undetectable with the help of her drugs
- The lady identified as @niqita11 dedicates her time on social media towards educating people on the virus
The much dreaded HIV and AIDS virus is one many people continue to live in fear of and stigmatize people living with the virus as it is often seen as a death sentence to have the virus.
To people with this belief, Twitter user @niqita11 is letting you know there is life after HIV. The South African lady who is HIV positive recently opened up about how she bore 3 HIV negative kids with her HIV-free partner by consistently taking her pills which have made the virus undetectable and impossible to infect.
She wrote: "This single pill has given me 3 negative kidsand a negative partner the more u take ur pill and correctly ur viral load will be undetectable making it impossible to infect the next, meaning it's in ur body but not active RT TO SAVE A LIFE"
Going through her Twitter page, it is clear to see that @niqita has turned what would have been her downfall and channeled it into making her life and that of many others better by speaking about the virus and educating people about it.
See one of her tweets below:
"My posts are about hiv and fighting stigma to many ppl are dying coz of stigma hiv is no longer the killer guys stigma is educate urselves b4 judging us"
Meanwhile, following Tacha's decision to sign on to Teebillz's management, a Nigerian writer has taken to social media to point out several reasons why the move is a bad one which will not end well for both parties.
Identified as Joy Isi Bewaji, she expressed her thoughts on Tacha and Teebillz whose partnership she stated, wasn't going to end well. According to her, Teebillz isn't the right one to manage her as he would try to build her brand as an artiste, something she isn't.
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