- Afia Schwarzenegger's estranged husband has demanded alimony and property settlement as part of the divorce settlement
- This demand seems to have tickled Afia wrongly as she jabbed him in a video posted on social media
- The duo are in court over several issues including the charges of abuse and threat which Afia leveled against her husband
Valentina Nana Agyeiwaa, better known by her screen name, Afia Schwarzenegger, is just the kind of person to leave behind no survivors when taking shots and she has been taking shots at her estranged husband, Lawrence Abrokwah and his lawyer, Maurice Ampaw.
The comedienne, who is known for her controversial comments, posted a video on social media in which she had words for Mr Abrokwah.
This was right after Maurice Ampaw, the lawyer for Abrokwah, revealed to the media that his client would be seeking the divorce from Afia Schwarzenegger on the basis of adultery and also demand alimony and property settlement.
Afia and Lawrence Abrokwah have been at each other's throats in court since the comedienne reported her businessman husband to the police on several charges.
Lawrence Abrokwah reportedly leaked a video which showed Afia Schwarzenegger, in the nude, supposedly in her matrimonial bed with an unnamed man.
He was jailed and subsequently released on bail.
However, it would seem the request for alimony and property settlement, did not go down well with Afia as would have been expected.
In the video on Instagram, Afia used "Adonko Bitters" to simply indirectly tell her husband that he should not expect any share of her property.
Granted, she did not mention Lawrence Abrokwah in the video, but who are we kidding? We all know who she refers to.
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