The Ghanaian media personality and comedian, Valentina Nana Agyeiwaa, popularly known as Afia Schwarzenegger has been recorded on camera producing a song at the studio to mock Mzbel. As many Ghanaians can remember, the Ghanaian Hiplife artist and media personality, Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah, popularly known as Mzbel lost her father some weeks ago.
Afia Schwarzenegger also lost their dad in the same era as Mzbel. The Ghanaian musician Coded4x4 came with the song title 'Dadadamoase' which literally 'Father is grateful'. Since Afia Schwarzenegger came out with the term 'Dadadamoase', she took it that Coded4x4 is making a mockery of her. As a result of this, Mzbel was also seen using this term to mock Afia Schwarzenegger since they have been mocking each other for a long time before even their fathers' demise.
Afia Schwarzenegger has recently been captured at the studio claiming to make a song that will take a hit in the whole country. Some of the words in the song are 'Alhaji damage, for the money they put on the ground for you to pick". Afia Schwarzenegger after singing this song for a while turned her backside and twerked for the camera.
Some Ghanaians after coming across this video said that Afia Schwarzenegger is mocking Mzbel. This is because Mzbel's late father was a Muslim and she claims that Mzbel didn't get enough money at her father's funeral because of her unpopularity.
Others said that Mzbel seems to be Afia Schwarzenegger's nightmare. Check out some of the reactions from some Ghanaians below:
You can also watch the video through the link below:
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