No. Arsenio Hall does not have HIV or AIDS. He has not stated publicly that he does, nor has any reputable publication or website. However, he is known for being a spokesman for the causes of HIV/AIDS Awareness and Safer Sèx.
Arsenio Hall and Magic Johnson made a popular and renowned public service announcement/documentary together in 1992, called "Time Out: The Truth About HIV, AIDS, And You." It's still respected, recommended, and used by teachers, doctors, and other educators to inform the public today.
Hall was born on February 12, 1956 in Cleveland, Ohio. He's been on several TV shows over the past few years. His last major movie role was as "Tasty Freeze" in "Black Dynamite," which came out in 2009.
Hall is known for putting a humorous spin on political, social, and entertainment issues. Since the late 1970s and early ’80s, the veteran talk show host has kept his fingers on the pulse of pop culture.
He was the first African-American to host a late-night talk show. The Arsenio Hall Show ran from 1989 to 1994, returning briefly from 2013 to 2014. He was back on TV last summer as co-host of the music oldies show, Greatest Hits.