- Afia is reported to have said some Ghanaian leaders including the president will be buried before her
- The TV host is said to have lambasted Ghanaians for being hypocritical about Ebony's death
Controversial entertainment personality, Valentina Nana Agyeiwaa, aka Afia Schwarzenegger is reported to have lambasted a section of the Ghanaian public for condemning the late dancehall artiste, Priscilla Opoku-Agyeman, aka Ebony to death.
According to Afia Schwarzenegger many Ghanaians are hypocritical and have succeeded in demonizing her yet they would abandoned everything and come to her funeral the very day she may die.
Afia who was spotted with musician, Mzbel and Nana Tordado at Ebony’s funeral on Saturday was captured by Razzonline.com on camera lambasting some Ghanaians including political leaders.
The outspoken comedienne was caught unaware on camera castigating some Ghanaian leaders including President Nana Akufo-Addo.
The TV host expressing her frustration said, “they say am a bad person, but let me mistakenly die and see, Nana Addo will leave whatever he is doing and come to my funeral, but they will bury all of them before I die.”
Afia Schwarzenegger who appears to have thrown all cautions and decorum to the wind expressed her feelings to amusement of other mourners who were sitting next to her.
This is not the first time Afia has been spotted on camera pouring out her frustrations about the conduct of a section of the Ghanaian public.
It could be recalled that the showbiz personality on a visit to Ebony’s father at her One Week commemoration called on the father to institute court actions on some Ghanaian pastors who claimed to have predicted her death.
The late Ebony met her untimely death February this year in a gory accident on Sunyani-Kumasi highway while returning from a private trip.
The late dancehall diva was laid to final rest on Saturday March 24, at the Osu cemetry.
Check out the heartbreaking tribute Ebony's parents paid to their daughter:
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