- Nana Tonardo has been spotted in a video giving some details about the family of Afia Schwar
- According to the actor, Afia Schwar's real dad is 82 years old and is living in abject poverty
- Nana Tornado was seen in the video with singer Mzbel as he made the revelations
Actor Emil Wood famed as Nana Tonardo, has been spotted in a new video making claims about family issues of actress and radio personality, Afia Schwarzenegger.
In a new video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, Nana Tonardo was heard claiming that the man Afia Schwar parades on social media as her father is not her biological dad.
According to Emil Wood, that man is the boyfriend of Afia Schwar's mother and that the actress's real dad is an 82-year-old man who is renting an apartment in Atonsu.
Emil Wood went on to recount that Afia Schwar's real dad goes to sit in front of a pharmacy before he is able to get money to feed himself.
He also added that Afia's real dad is living in abject poverty and uses an old faulty fridge which always breaks down after it is repaired.
Nana Tonardo revealed that Afia Schwar on one occasion organized a birthday party for her real dad but did not post it on social media for all to see.
He revealed also that Afia Schwar was living a fake life on social media and that all the cars and flashy lifestyle she flaunts on social media are all borrowed stuff.
Tonardo was in the video with award-winning singer Mzbel born Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah who is also in a social media war with Afia Schwarzenegger.
Meanwhile, budding Ghanaian songstress Francine Kouffie known widely in entertainment circles as Fantana, has dazzled her fans with a new lovey-dovey video with her boyfriend.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on social media, Fantana was seen having the best time of her life with a young man many are led to believe is her boyfriend.
The video saw Fantana laying in bed and videoing the young man who appeared to be standing close to the bed.
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