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HIV Positive Guy Explain How Many People He Infected When He Was a Taxi Driver

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Thehuman immunodeficiency viruses (HIV)are two species of Lentivirus(a subgroup of retrovirus) that infect humans.

Over time, they cause acquired immunodeficiency syndrome dr (AIDS), a condition in which progressive failure of the immune system allows life-threatening opportunistic infections and cancers to thrive. Without treatment, the average survival time after infection with HIV is estimated to be 9 to 11 years, depending on the HIV subtype.


The problem with HIV-positive people is that some of them can’t see that they are HIV-positive. And most of them don’t tell people they date they are HIV-positive. And most of them when they get infected they want to pay revenge by infecting other people.

This guy who goes by the name of Thabiso is also HIV positive and decided to come clean about his HIV status years later after living with the virus after infecting a lot of people. They took to his social media account to share his story of how he infected people with the virus. Below is what Thabiso shared:

“Am Thabiso Seemafrom Pretoria age 34 living with HIV? I tested positive on 2020 January 28. I was employed as a taxi driver from Soshanguve to Pretoria CBD Let me share a short story I completed grade 12 in 2005 hence am hustling I came across the taxi industry. life was boom remember my quantum was written this the gang. Sound and they were booming. Every girl was mine

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I remember I was into school girls every young girl was mine. no protection our everyday topic in a taxi rank was about young girls’ curvy ones I don’t remember any of my colleagues mentioning protection. I did with many girls without. It was our choice.

I remember when I started to get tired of sleeping around I told myself that am tired of this life I tested positive in a mobile clinic in a taxi rank in Soshanguve changing spot I never panicked. I knew it was my past. I don’t know who affected me with HIV I don’t know how many I was infected with HIV before my test.

I stood up today saying to all men in the world to test for HIV to stop the spread of HIV. Let’s kill the HIV stigma… Help me grow my page to kill HIV stigma follow my page inbox me questions enough is enough. About HIV”

Though Thabiso decided to speak up about his HIV status, it’s a good thing. But the problem is he infected a lot of people and some people are HIV-positive because of him. This should be a lesson to many people that they should use protection when sleeping with someone because no one can be trusted.

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