Stunning HIV Warrior Battling Virus for Over 2 Decades Inspires Mzansi with Her Story

Stunning HIV Warrior Battling Virus for Over 2 Decades Inspires Mzansi with Her Story

  • A local lady who goes by 'Queen Mo' online revealed that she has been living with HIV for the past 22 years
  • Queen Mo shared a short story about how grateful she is to her ancestors and God for allowing her to live a happy and full life
  • Peeps online loved her enthusiasm and look on life as they shared messages of love and support with her

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@MMancobeni aka Queen Mo on Twitter revealed that she is living with a positive HIV diagnosis. Queen Mo received her diagnosis on 27 August 1999. She shared a number of tweets to clear the air as her initial post stated that she was diagnosed in 1991.

She has been living her life to the fullest over the past 22 years despite her positive results. She has over 9 500 followers on Twitter and she seems to be very open with them about the trials and tribulations of life.

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Her recent post about her HIV diagnosis and living with it for over two decades received 417 likes at the time of Briefly News' viewing.

Beautiful local lady inspires, HIV warrior, 22 years, Mzansi reacts
This stunning lady revealed that she has been living with a positive HIV diagnosis for the past 22 years. Image: @MMancobeni
Source: Twitter

Check her post out below:

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"Ndibulela uthixo nezinyanya zam" roughly translates to "I thank God and my ancestors."

Briefly News compiled a few of the comments she received below:

@Zickiie_S shared:

"Wow... and you're living your life positively."

@RichardVasco3 said:

"Beautiful girl. Your faith can initiate healing."

@KgopotsoMphahl3 responded with:

"You are absolutely the girl you think you are."

@LuckyMahwayi3 commented:

"So gorgeously beautiful."

@Laylow25880033 tweeted:

"What I know is that your mind could heal your body, your mind is on some other level keep it up."

@Sammy35962707 added:

"You are so beautiful."

Queer man is on a mission to break the stigma surrounding HIV and Mzansi is here for it

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Previously, Briefly News reported that @DMothoana (Donovan) identifies as queer and is more than proud. The young man is trying his best to break the stigma surrounding HIV by being outspoken and open about his own battle with the virus.

Donovan spoke about the stigma HIV and homosexuality have and how he prides himself in both enduring and conquering the stigma surrounding the virus. The young man shared a heartfelt post on Twitter about his battle with HIV and his goals.

He gained tons of support from locals who thanked him for speaking out.

Source: Briefly News

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