Social media is on fire over a photo of a Ghanaian comedienne, who has been making headlines, as she never shies from controversy, TV host, actress and MC, who's fame skyrocketed when she was featured in the popular TV show Afia Schwarzenegger.
The picture which believe was taken yesterday looks far different from the very person we watch on the internet, as she was without makeups look like an old woman in her sixties and not the instagram goddess we know at all.
The picture has triggered a hot debate online, some followers aren't able to identify the personality, but the few who new her very well, were on record to have shared their thoughts sayi; Afia Schwarzenegger should henceforth give the maximum respect to her Makeup Artists, Photographers and Picture Editors.
According to them, they're indeed the real Transformers and should keep praying no president put a ban on make-up entering the country so her fans continue to see her real beautiful faces or else she will stand to loose most of her followers with this scary old face.
The picture is coming from a video she made yesterday defending herself over Akuapem Poloo's brouhaha as she forgot to put up makes up before coming on live video due to anger. Sometime too much anger will force you to do the unexpected.
I watched the video on her Instagram page I was like ah is this not the woman I have been seeing her pictures looking very nice? Little did I Know that this is her real face.
Being truthful to my words and speaking in a language that won't offend her personality, I say makes up is really helping our female celebrities.
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