Afia Schwarzznegger Sends A Warning As She Lost Very Valuable Assets
By Morby_NewsGh | self meida writer
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"Dear Satan,You can't steal my joy this session.A gentle reminder that sea never gets dryOff . I'm not going to the police again"
The controversial Afia Schwarzenegger the fearless woman who can talk without fear or considering anyone has descends heavily on "Satan" after her expensive golden jeweleries got lost at a birthday party.
Afia Schwarzenegger is in a very painful moment of which she sent a strong warning to satan who wants to steal her joy in this Easter celebration.
She added that, everybody should be very careful and vigilant when he is going out on a date, parties and every occasion because there thieves everywhere. "She said"
She also explained that, the jewelleries that got stolen is precious and that they should return them if they want peace because her joy can't be stolen in this season.
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