The rivalry between Abrantie Twene Jonas and Ewura Afia Schwarzenegger is unlikely to stop anytime soon, even if the Pope advises them, unless God Himself intervenes. When the problem of some galamsey Ghanaian chiefs was at its peak, Afia Schwarzenegger inadvertently mentioned Twene Jonas' name in a video. Twene Jonas was live on Facebook a few hours ago, as usual, to discuss current concerns in Ghana that are rather worrisome in the ears of a sensible man. He couldn't leave Afia Schwarzenegger and Shatta Wale out of his speech, and he targeted them with some heavyweight punchlines.
"In America, I am driving a vehicle worth 1.5 million dollars. Even your farm's chief has never been in a car like this; nobody in Ghana could afford it. Afia Schwarzenegger should not waste her life pretending that I am homeless in America when, as you can see, my most recent car can buy a hundred mansions in Ghana. I've also heard that the car loan has been approved by Ghanaian politicians. Those who refuse to embrace the facts should not accuse me of insulting elders when I speak about them."
"My most recent music video may buy Afia Schwarzenegger's mansion." Anyone who claims that I am homeless in America deserves a slap. You can see for yourself the car I'm driving right now, which their family heads will never be able to afford in their lifetime. Stop calling Afia Schwarzenegger Afia Schwarzenegger and start calling her Fufufunu because that is her real name, and Shatta Wale should be referred to as Wale because he is a small boy in the music industry if he can't produce quality music like we do in America, Saythedon revealed for the first time.
After Saythedon threw these punches, Twene Jonas stated, "From now on, people should call Fufufunu instead of Afia Schwarzenegger because that is supposed to be her new name." "Shatta Wale claims to be the leader of his followers, but he speaks in favor of him because of the money he received from politicians. A Don is someone who leads others and speaks for them, hence such a person should not even be given the moniker 1Don. If he told Ghanaians to change their attitudes instead of asking politicians to fix the country, he is a phony Don."
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