Afia Schwarzenegger has caused stir on social media after she made a post which conveyed an emotional birthday message for Kwame A-Plus as his celebrates his today that is also the Independence Day of our beloved country.
Afia Schwarzenegger has always been controversial in her posts and dealings in the country especially with other celebrities in the country. She has seemingly drag Kwame A-Plus into the whole charade as she called him her twin in the birthday. Which got people wondering when the duo had developed such an amount of closeness and fondness for he to call him a twin. She even made it more complicated by calling him her heartbeat.
Here is the post she made on her official Facebook page below;
“My heartbeat, my better twin.... Happy blessed birthday @kwameaplus.
I adore you Kwame”
Kwame A-Plus hasn't given any reply yet, but we know that he will surely do that sooner or later.
Here some reactions from Ghanaians on social media;
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