- A popular DJ has taken a swipe at TV personality, Afia Schwarzenegger
- He said that he was more comfortable watching some animals than watching videos of some celebrities
The Chief Executive Officer of Oxy FM, Alfred Kwame Larbi, popularly known as DJ Oxygen, has indicated that he would rather watch documentaries on chimpanzees than videos of some celebrities.
Speaking as one of the panelists on Atinka TV's Entertainment City with Oforiwaa on Saturday, April 7, the controversial entertainment critic, said most of these self-recorded videos by some celebrities were “meaningless and a total waste of time.”
According to the popular DJ, some of the videos that were recorded by some celebrities were not favorable for public viewing.
Citing the example of controversial videos from TV personality, Valentina Nana Agyeiwaa, popularly known as Afia Schwarzenegger, DJ Oxygen revealed that he was scared when he saw photos and videos of the TV show host.
(Video Credit: Atinka TV Ghana)
He exclaimed, "What is this?" when the alleged extra-marital affair of the TV show host went viral on social media.
The panelists on the show, including blogger Zionfelix, were discussing the issue of Ghanaian celebrities and their social media lifestyles.
Oforiwaa, the show's host, wanted to find out from the panelists if Ghanaian celebrities were marketing themselves properly by their various social media lifestyles.
“I don’t like watching these videos because they hardly make sense. Afia Schwarzenegger’s scandal pictures scare me, I prefer watching chimpanzees and snakes on TV like Otabil," DJ Oxygen said to the amazement of the other panelists.
Afia Schwarzenegger was in the news lately for throwing jabs at leaders of the country and some other people who have money to help the poor but will not.
She jabbed them for waiting for people to die before giving huge sums of money as donation at their funeral.
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