- Afia Schwarzenegger has caused a stir on social media after she mentioned in a video that she was returning her adopted daughter
- The actress' adopted child Nhyira became a casualty of one of her many quarrels as she said she returned her because of a feud
- The video got many people talking on social media as they dropped think pieces on the issue and disagreed with Afia's lifestyle
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Controversial Ghanaian actress, Afia Schwarzenegger, has sparked controversy on social media once again after she mentioned in a video that she was returning her adopted child Nhyira.
According to her, she made the decision because of some comments made by a popular social media personality named Maa Linda.
Linda and Afia had a series of exchanges on social media and made videos throwing shots at themselves. Maa Linda clamoured for Afia's adopted child to be taken from her because of her lifestyle and made other comments that did not sit well with Afia.
The actress mentioned that she loved Nhyira very much but had to let her go. According to her, she adopted the child from the goodness of her heart and wanted to protect her.
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Social media users, however, did not believe Afia's reason as they felt there was more to the story. Others felt bad for her.
Social Media Reactions
Hair_ hotties_ reacted to the news:
Awww this is sad … please go for her please
look at the way she took good care of Pena, you people wouldn't talk of that. oh am even sad
Hajiah Rhude sympathised with her:
See aside the way Afia can insult erh, i love her parenting and motherly side of her. She has a soft heart ooo hmmm
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