Valentina Nana Agyiewaa popularly known as Afia Schwarzenegger is a Ghanaian businesswoman and media personality well known for her controversial lifestyle and comments on social and political issues. She is also an advocate for women empowerment.
Last week, she was trending all over social media, after she stormed the police station where Adu Safowaa was being held and it was alleged that she took a video of her and another naked person.
Today, she has made another controversial post on her Instagram page, trolling customers of the defunct menzgold company. She posted a picture of Nana Appiah Mensah aka Nam1 and captioned, a gentle reminder to menzgold customers, Nam1 is going to spend your money with his friends today. It is his birthday and you can't blame him because you gave him your money yourself.
What do you think of Afia Schwarzenegger's post and comments? Let's hear your thoughts in the comments section below.
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