Afia Schwarzenegger Reveals She Aborted a Pregnancy she Had for Her Second Husband, the Married Ghanaian Pastor

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Afia Schwarzenegger has never been lucky when it comes to marriage. Somehow she always chooses the wrong men to settle down with and it’s either due to thinking with her drug-addled brain or chasing money and comfort over common sense.

She’s been married thrice, each ending more dramatically and controversially than the previous one.

Afia recently appeared on UTV’s program ‘Atuu’ with Abeiku Santana, talking about everything surrounding her life. That was the interview in which she revealed how her relationship with Delay started and made the claim that she actually made Delay and not the other way around.

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Anyway, in that same interview, Afia talked about her second marriage to an already married Ghanaian pastor. We all remember that marriage, during which Afia claimed she didn’t know the pastor was married and she stayed in his house in Ghana until he sent henchmen to kick her out.

During her chat with Abeiku, she revealed that she got pregnant for that pastor but it happened around the time their relationship fell apart and therefore she felt no need to keep the child and actually had an abortion.

Watch Afia in the video below…

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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