Afia Schwarzenegger talks South Africa hustle, John Mahama, Delay and Kennedy Agyapong in interview with Zionfelix.
In one of the most bizarre social media battles between public figures in Ghana, the Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy and TV personality Afia reigned supreme.
Things were said in that war of words that went viral. Disgusting things to say the least.
That, however, is no confirmation that the two do not have any good between them.
Schwarzenegger recently took to her Instagram page to commend Kennedy Agyapong for being a good father when he mourned the death of the mother to one of his children, Stacy Offei Darko.
"For all the bad things you say and do..
You are actually a good father and thank you for holding her thru this bad times..watching ur daughter cry over her late mum was heartbreaking...
I just hope she is fine now
It iz so sad. #Ripstacy"
In a recent interview with Zionfelix, Afia Schwarzenegger went back to the usual her when it comes to issues with Kennedy Agyapong.
The Ghanaian actress and TV host who touched on her hustle in South Africa washing dishes and selling banku and waakye, her relationship with Abrokwah and Deloris Frimpong-Manso popularly known as Delay also talked about the Ghanaian politician.
When asked why she picks fights with almost every Ghanaian, Afia claimed the people she has problems within the country are not up to 20 and started counting before Kennedy Agyapong’s name popped up with Zionfelix suggesting him as the first on the list.
“Ah that man,” Afia Schwarzenegger replied.
“He behaves as if he’s the only one who knows where Tramol (Tramadol) is being sold. That’s how he behaves.
“But I don’t have a problem with him. If he fires at me, I fire at him. If you fire Kennedy, I might fire you too.
“I don’t know what to talk to him about when I meet him though. He will probably just brag. ‘I got money. I got watch’. I also got a watch so I don’t know what to talk to him about,” she ended.