YEN.com.gh has sighted photos of Afia Schwarzenegger’s daughter, Pena, with a body painting reportedly called henna on her body.
The paintings are found on the hands of the four-year-old Pena.
YEN.com.gh checks reveal that the paintings have been on Pena's hands for some time now.
It seems it was officially out-doored during her fourth birthday celebration early last month.
YEN's check shows that Henna is a design very similar to what is commonly called 'Lele' by the Muslims and used for temporal decoration of the hands and legs during celebrations.
The designs are also used to enhance one's beauty, so perhaps that was one way Afia Schwarzenegger sought to make her girl look more beautiful.
Afia herself has many tattoos on her body with big ones around her arm and leg.
Afia Schwar seems to have a special way of bonding with her children.
She was recently in the news for wearing the same hairstyle with her twin boys.
Afia and her boys had dyed their hair with in gold and she herself shared the photo to social media.
Afia Schwarzenegger, born Valentina Agyeiwaa, was in the news recently for calling down fire on some self-acclaimed men of God.
This follows a prediction by one Prophet Adom claiming that Afia would die soon at the church of Prophet One.
He claimed to have seen a vision that Afia Schwar is a ritualist and cautioned that if she does not stop, she would fall seriously sick and die.
But Afia hit back at the so-called prophet calling down fire on him. She descried the rate at which these pastors claim to see only negative visions about celebrities but do not see anything that has to do with the country.
Afia added that these pastors don’t serve the creator, but rather a “tramol” god [a god which depends on tramadol abuse to survive].
She warned to deal with any self-arranged man of God who mentioned her name in any death prophecy the next time.
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