VIDEO: Afia Schwarzenegger INSULTS Bishop Obinim’s Mother’s Womanhood | Can Someone Actually & Swiftly Call Afia Schwarzenegger to Order?

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Afia Schwarzenegger
Afia Schwarzenegger

Those who are ardent readers of my blog-GhanaCelebrities.Com would know about my take on this caricature-Afia Schwarzenegger and her antics—and my unending worry as to why she still has a job with Despite Group of Companies’ OKAY Fm & UTV in the face of all the gross inaneness she conceitedly exhibits.

Afia Schwarzenegger is a weed smoker and alcoholic but she is not the only Ghanaian who drinks or smokes, so that can’t be an excuse for the way she tramps on reasonableness and common decency.

For Christ sake, did the recent infamous Ken Agyepong verbal assault and annihilation not teach her anything? Of course not, else why would she be still doing this—parading stupidity as if she is the fountainhead of it.

Afia has not just become the mother lode of everything bad in Ghana, her frolics dent womanhood and no one seem to be able to call her to order.

I am perhaps the biggest offensive critic of Bishop Obinim—if I am not slaying him on GhanaCelebrities.Com, I would be ridiculing his insane methods on ScrewLife.Com.

For the most part, I call his followers credulous; but I do not completely ignore the hovering desperation and religious culture which make these people casualties of Obinim’s nonsense.

Legally, everyone is allowed to criticise and ridicule, and to even insult or be offensive—those are the quintessential tough ingredients of free speech.

But to extend any insult or derision to someone’s innocent mother’s pu$$y is grossly offensive and unacceptable—yet that’s what Afia Schwarzenegger just did and once again, her employers cannot end all this nonsense by pulling the plug.

In the video, Afia Schwarzenegger excitedly says she is having a ‘sweet time’ just like Obinim’s mother’s pu$$y—this is a woman saying this and recording it on camera.

The fact that she recorded it and uploaded it on social media herself as told clearly sketch out the pride she takes in doing such things.

For a woman to say this about another woman, in this case, a woman capable of giving birth to her and laugh about it is not just disheartening but also an indictment on our ‘sensibilities’ as Ghanaians.

It’s sad but then this is Ghana where anything and everything goed—unchecked.

If this happened anything in a “civilised country”, undoubtedly, Afia would have faced sanctions from her employers.

In April 2015, ESPN suspended reporter-Britt McHenry after a video of a foul-mouthed rant went viral—and this was an off duty video yet ESPN considered it as a taint on its reputation, considering the fact that the Britt worked for them.

Of course Britt apologized, saying, “In an intense and stressful moment, I allowed my emotions to get the best of me and said some insulting…As frustrated as I was, I should always choose to be respectful and take the high road. I am so sorry for my actions and will learn from this mistake.” But this did not beat down the 1 week suspension she served.

Now, why can’t we do such things in our country to curb the increasing absurdities oozing out constantly from the mouths of many of our TV and Radio personalities, loosely called celebrities?

Check out the video below…

Afia Schwarzenegger INSULTS Bishop Obinim’s Mother’s Womanhood | Can Someone Actually & Swiftly Call Afia Schwarzenegger to Order?Those who are ardent readers of my blog-GhanaCelebrities.Com would know about my take on this caricature-Afia Schwarzenegger and her antics—and my unending worry as to why she still has a job with Despite Group of Companies’ OKAY Fm & UTV in the face of all the gross inaneness she conceitedly exhibits.Afia Schwarzenegger is a weed smoker and alcoholic but she is not the only Ghanaian who drinks or smokes, so that can’t be an excuse for the way she tramps on reasonableness and common decency.For Christ sake, did the recent infamous Ken Agyepong verbal assault and annihilation not teach her anything? Of course not, else why would she be still doing this—parading stupidity as if she is the fountainhead of it. Afia has not just become the mother lode of everything bad in Ghana, her frolics dent womanhood and no one seem to be able to call her to order.I am perhaps the biggest offensive critic of Bishop Obinim—if I am not slaying him on GhanaCelebrities.Com, I would be ridiculing his insane methods on ScrewLife.Com.For the most part, I call his followers credulous; but I do not completely ignore the hovering desperation and religious culture which make these people casualties of Obinim’s nonsense.Everyone is allowed to criticise and ridicule, and to even insult or be offensive—those are the quintessential tough ingredients of free speech.But to extend any insult or derision to someone’s innocent mother’s pu$$y is grossly offensive and unacceptable—yet that’s what Afia Schwarzenegger just did and once again, her employers cannot end all this nonsense by pulling the plug.In the video, Afia Schwarzenegger excitedly says she is having a ‘sweet time’ just like Obinim’s mother’s pu$$y—this is a woman saying this and recording it on camera.The fact that she recorded it and uploaded it on social media herself as told clearly sketch out the pride she takes in doing such things.For a woman to say this about another woman, in this case, a woman capable of giving birth to her and laugh about it is not just disheartening but also an indictment on our ‘sensibilities’ as Ghanaians. It’s sad but then this is Ghana where anything and everything goed—unchecked. If this happened anything in a “civilised country”, undoubtedly, Afia would have faced sanctions from her employers. In April 2015, ESPN suspended reporter-Britt McHenry after a video of a foul-mouthed rant went viral—and this was an off duty video yet ESPN considered it as a taint on its reputation, considering the fact that the Britt worked for them. Of course Britt apologized, saying, “In an intense and stressful moment, I allowed my emotions to get the best of me and said some insulting…As frustrated as I was, I should always choose to be respectful and take the high road. I am so sorry for my actions and will learn from this mistake.” But this did not beat down the 1 week suspension she served.Now, why can’t we do such things in our country to curb the increasing absurdities oozing out constantly from the mouths of many of our TV and Radio personalities, loosely called celebrities?

Posted by Chris-Vincent Agyapong on Monday, 7 March 2016



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Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri, Founding Editor
Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri is the Founding Editor of GhanaCelebrities.Com , a Film Critic and a Human Rights Advocate; he holds 2 masters degrees in Law; International Human Rights Law (LL.M) and Legal Practice Course (LL.M) from University of Leicester and Nottingham Law School--and also a degree in Law (LL.B) from University of East London. He's a Professional Truth Sayer and he is the author of the popular eBook “Success is a Right, Not A Privilege.” He currently works at Fortwell Solicitors in London--where he uses his legal brains to kick real ass, for the good of clients and humanity. Contact: Vincent@topvincent.com

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  1. One sentence
    THIS WOMAN DOESN’T CARE ABOUT HER CHILDREN.
    I hope her children don’t become the bearers of her stupidity. Am just afraid one day someone might curse her angrily and her children will suffer for it even when she’s dead.

  2. Chris don’t you think persistently writing about her gives her the coverage she’s yawning for? Please put a media blackout on her, her fans goes to her social media platforms to listen to her nonsense, give us, your visitors the previlage of not seeing or reading about her.
    Thanks.