It seems the beef between the die hard fan of Stonebwoy Ayisha Modi and the controversial actress Afia Schwarzenegger is not ending anytime soon. Aisha Modi hit hard at Afia Schwarzenegger once again.
For some time now, the two controversial celebrities Aisha Modi and Afia Schwarzenegger has been on each other's neck, throwing shades at each other and revealing secrets about each other.
From a post made by the controversial celebrity Ayisha Modi on her Instagram platform, the die hard fan of Stonebwoy reveals how the controversial actress Afia Schwarzenegger keep moving from one man to the other.
The controversial celebrity Aisha Modi shared a photo of the actress and media personality Afia Schwarzenegger with an unknown man chopping massive love. Captioning the photo, the controversial celebrity Aisha Modi claim Afia Schwarzenegger is a rejected Mafia Demons with no class.
"Rejected Mafia Demons with no class. Every 2 months biaaaa na different man. Even dogs have rejected them. Confused spirit. One minute I'm married to a king and minute my ewe guy. Confused rejected nation demand" Aisha Modi wrote.
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