- Afia Schwar's twin son, James Ian, has been spotted in an unhappy mood in a new video
- In the video, James was virtually crying while playing a moody song
- The video comes after his mother broke up his relationship with his girlfriend Naa Koshie
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One of Afia Schwarzenegger's sons, James Ian Geiling Heerdegen, has been spotted in a "not so good mood" in a new video.
In the video, James Ian who is the eldest of Schwar's twins shows signs which suggest he is unhappy or even depressed.
The video sighted by YEN.com.gh has James writing that he wants to go away (disappear) for a while.
In the next slide of what are Instagram stories videos James Ian shared on his page, he was spotted lying down in a black t-shirt with his palm covering his face.
It was as if James was crying and did not want to show it to the camera And h even had a crying emoji on the video.
But if the mood of James in the video was worrisome, the background music to it was even more worrisome. It was a song by American rapper Roddy Ricch titled Die Young.
Just as the title of the song, Roddy Rich talks about the struggles of life and not dying young and even talks about fighting depression.
The bad mood video of James comes barely two weeks after Afia Schwar broke up the relationship between James and his girlfriend Naa Koshie, which had only become public only a few hours before.
Not long after Schwar announced the breakup, a video popped up showing James consoling Naa Koshie who was left emotional after seeing in his room.
While it had been rumoured that James had visited Naa Koshie after his mother's mother's warning to break up with her, he came to deny it.
According to James Ian, the video which has him consoling Naa Koshie is old and not current as being speculated.
James Ian said this while explaining himself to his mother who shared their chat online.
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