- Afia Schwarzenegger has got social media buzzing
- Afia Schwarzenegger has shared an adorable photo of herself and her father for the first time
- The photo has got a lot of her fans saying she looks exactly like her father
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Controversial Ghanaian entertainment personality, Afia Schwarzenegger, has shared an adorable of herself and her father.
This is the first time Afia Schwarzenegger has made a public post of herself and her adorable father.
In the photo sighted by YEN.com.gh, Afia Schwarzenegger is seen hugging her father like a little girl in the arms of her father.
Her dad also appeared extremely excited as he also held her tight with a big smile on his face.
From the photo, Afia Schwarzenegger looked so much like her father that no one needed to be told that that was her father.
Captioning the photo, Afia Schwarzenegger wrote:
"Forever my daddy’s baby....love u so much Kwaa Agyei."
However, the adorable photo of the father and daughter moment has got several of Afia Schwar's followers throwing in their comments.
@iamberniz: "Striking resemblance"
@bogtv_live: "Daddy like no other"
@bkoranteng76: "Your photocopy"
@ms.margita.a: "You really look like him❤️"
@sabina.larbi.96: "You look much like your dad oooo"
See the photo below:
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Afia Schwarzenegger has shared an adorable video of her daughter Pena Geiling E. Amankona.
The video of Afia Schwar's all-grown-up lookalike daughter has already gone viral on social media.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Pena is seen singing with her magical voice while dancing as well.
From the video, Pena is seen wearing a red shirt jeans trousers, and pink sneakers. She also had a beautiful pink handbag to match her dressing.
Pena's stage was the compound of her mother's plush house and her audience are Afia Schwar's followers on social media.
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