Some Ghanaian celebrities have been involved in serious feuds that have often led to the spilling of sensitive secrets.
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One of these whose name cannot be missed in this discussion is the controversial Afia Schwar, who has beefed almost all the people she called her friends in the past.
It need not be told that the behaviours of the celebrities involved go a long way to affect not only them but also their children.
Ghanaian blogger, Ameyaw Debrah, discusses how the children are affected, especially those who can read and write and see what their parents.
Attack at school
The blogger underscored the fact that these children would be attacked by their mates at school.
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The celebrity's kid, he added, would want to retaliate if bad things are said about their mothers and this could even lead to physical attack.
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Knowing what has been said about your mother, children, knowing how they are, can use those against you. This could lead to physical attacks if the celebrity's child wants to retaliate," Ameyaw explained.
It is obvious that these children are being exposed to bad, aggressive behaviour.
Children are known to learn very much from their parents, their mothers, to be precise.
They may come to think that there is nothing wrong with the beef as long as their mothers are involved in this.
Ghana has witnessed serious beef involving Afia Schwar and Delay, Afia Schwar and Mzbel, Afia Schwar and Vivian Jill, Afia Schwar and Rachel Appoh, Afia Schwar and Nana Tornado, Afia Schwar and Kennedy Agyapong, just to mention a few.
Disgraceful things have often been said about these celebrities especially by Afia Schwar.
In the case of Delay, Afia called a barren and "frustrated prostitute".
Afia had also fought her formerly good friend Akua GMB. Others have rumoured that she is behind the failed marriage of Akua and Dr. Kwaku Oteng of Adonko Bitters.