Afia Odo in a Rambo-Style turn around has swiftly restored her Twitter account barely hours after deleting to throw shades at Sir John's funeral in an attempt to drive home the #FixTheCountry agenda, making many netizens to react. Her first tweet after her return had the caption "See no evil".
Afia Odo who had a few hours ago deleted her Twitter account on the grounds that she felt disrespected, unloved and unappreciated by Ghanaians despite all her effort at putting Ghana on the map but rather see her more like a prostitute because some Netizens pointed at her as the first person Callum Hudson-Odoi may hump, restored her Twitter account later only to bash patronizers of Sir John's funeral for apparent disregard for Covid protocols, leaving divided Netizens to react with some even wondering whether it was the reason for restoring her account since her first tweet after her return was caption "See no evil" Possibly referring to the fact that she can't see evil and keep quiet.
Find her tweet blasting the patronizers below:
Expectedly, Netizens reacted with some applauding her while others blasting her.
Find reactions below:
Looks like Afia has mastered the art of mind games and will continue to utilize it as long as she deems fit to maintain her relevance in the entertainment industry.
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