Popular ADULT Film Star Twitter SAYS He Has HIV & Has S** w/ Women … Says ‘I Can’t Spread It’!

Iyanna Muhammad |

A popular adult film star appears to have come out …. and told his fans that he has HIV. The actor’s Twitter account posted a tweet which claims that he’s had the potentially deadly virus for years.

And Media Take Out learned that the actor has done multiple scenes with women. But the tweet says that his partners have nothing to worry about.

According to the star’s Twitter account – which goes by the name P*ssyslayer440, he can’t spread the potentially deadly virus because he’s “undetectable.” The tweet claims that he’s currently on medication and that he’s been on it for years.

And there’s more. The handsome actor’s Twitter account says that he contracted the disease from a contaminated tattoo needle when he was 15 years old.

On his Twitter page and his Onlyfans page, P*ssyslayer440 has multiple videos showing himself having relations with multiple women.


P*ssyslayer440 is currently going viral, after the tweet was posted on his Twitter page.

Modern medicine has done wonders with HIV, which used to be considered an incurable death sentence.

HIV medication (antiretroviral treatment, or ART) works by reducing the amount of the virus in the blood to undetectable levels. This means the levels of HIV are so low that the virus likely cannot be passed on. This is called having an undetectable viral load or being undetectable.

For the past 20 years, evidence has been building to show that your likelihood of passing on HIV is linked to the amount of the virus in your blood.

The landmark PARTNER study, published in 2016, looked at 58,000 instances of sex without a condom where one partner was HIV positive and one was HIV negative.

Results found that where the HIV positive partner was on effective treatment (reducing the amount of the virus to ‘undetectable’ levels; also known as having an undetectable viral load), there were zero cases of HIV transmission. This is what is meant by the phrase Undetectable equals Untransmittable (U=U).

This was further backed up in the PARTNER 2 study, published in May 2019, which also showed zero cases of transmission among 782 gay male couples.

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