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Afia Schwarzenegger Drops Sensitive Information About Stonebwoy She Claimed Ayisha Modi Once Told Her


In a new extension to their protracted feud, Afia Schwarzenneger has revealed sensitive information about Stonebwoy she claimed was Ayisha Modi once told her when they were still friends.

In Afia Schwarzenegger’s words, Ayisha Modi told her Stonebwoy had rented cars to go for the Asaase Sound Clash between him and Shatta Wale just to rub his importance on his face with impunity.

The two have been at each other’s throats for some time now but the verbal altercation subsided until recently when Reverend Obofour was enstooled by the Ga Chiefs which became the fulcrum for them to cross swords once again.

Days ago, Rev Obofour was picked up by men from the Bortianor Traditional Council last week and was unveiled as chief the next day after all rites have been observed. Afia Schwarzenegger while adding her unsolicited view on the subject posited that Rev. Obofour shouldn’t have been crowned chief because he doesn’t speak the Ga language.

She said that despite her undying love for the man of God, the move to enstool him was very wrong because his inability to speak the Ga language might cause problems for him when communicating to his people.

He also slammed the opinion leaders for making a non-indigene a paramount chief of a land alien to him saying;

Does he speak Ga? Ghanaians are jokers, especially my people. I love Rev [Obofour] with my soul, but when your chief can’t speak your language, there’s a problem. I wish my Ga people will take royalty serious, but who am I?

At this juncture, Ayisha Modi who’ affiliated with Obofour and his wife took Afia to the cleaners for the statement she made against Obofour.

It’s for this reason that Afia has returned to make this wild allegation captured in the screenshot below;

SOURCE: www.Ghgossip.com

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