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Do You have This Type Of House, My Bathroom Is Made Of Glasses-Afia Schwarzenegger Dares Twene Jonas

Probably, Ghana is set to see the fiercest beef on social as two social media influencers lock horns with each other. Twene Jonas who happens to be an American based Ghanaian musician came to limelight of the media he came out boldly and publicly criticised opinion leaders of Ghana for the current state of the country has since been targeted by some well-meaning Ghanaian citizens.

To many of them, he is too young to stand and say some words to some Ghanaian leaders like the Otumfour of the Asante Kingdom. Hence he was asked to come and apologize but he never did.

However, in his latest video he was seen ranting unprintable words on Afia Schwarzenegger, who is known to be a sympathizer of this government and for that matter the current leaders of this country.

As he always compares Ghana to the United State of America whilst condemning Ghana for low pace of development, he admits that almost every building in America is made of glass. The reason for his name "glass nkoaaa"

So it is aspect of Twene Jonas that angered Afia Schwarzenegger and demanded her to take a rebuttal on Twene Jonas' limitless show off. So in a video recorded by herself he addressed Twene Jonas.

According to her, Twene Jonas neither gets a house or a job. She seems to have known a lot about Twene Jonas as she even revealed how Twene Jonas got to America.

"Twene Jonas, I am not your size, this is one of my rooms. I have also turned one of my rooms to a factory. You, what do you have? You see my awards, how many do you have? Check my bathroom it is made of only glass. Were it for one guy, would you know America?" A translation of the video from Twi to English. Do you think this may end now considering how controversial they both are?

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