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I grew up in South Africa’s apartheid era so I love violence – Afia Schwarzenegger

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Ghanaian actress and comedian, Afia Schwarzenegger has revealed that she grew up during the apartheid period in South Africa.

Whiles detailing an attempted robbery attack on her today, the mother of two said she loves violence due to her experiences in South Africa.

According to CEO Leave2Live Foundation, when growing up during the apartheid which lasted 1948 until the early 1990s, she use to walk through  dead bodies on the daily.

Watch her narrate her experience below.

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Kelvyn Boy to feature on Davido’s upcoming album?

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A Davido, Kelvyn Boy collabo could be on the way. (more…)

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Skit maker lands in prison over prank on bank robbery

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Eyinatayo Iluyomade, a 19-year-old Lagos-based comedian, has been arrested and charged to court for saying an expensive joke. (more…)

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Men break my heart everyday but I move on quickly- Salma Mumin

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Despite the public not being privy to the romantic life of Ghanaian actress Salma Mumin, she has revealed her heart has been broken several times. (more…)

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Wiyaala and Shatta Wale Rock New York

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The Lioness of Africa, Wiyaala and the King of African Dancehall, Shatta Wale on Saturday, August 13, 2022, rocked the Summer Stage in New York City. (more…)

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Tinny calls Stonebwoy, Mercury Quaye fools over his confiscated car brouhaha

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Legendary Ghanaian rapper, Tinny has descended heavily on Stonebwoy and Mercury Quaye over some comments they had made on radio concerning the confiscation of his car. (more…)

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UK theatrical and digital release of ‘BLACK MAIL’ set for August 26

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Critically acclaimed and multi-award winning Nollywood filmmaker Obi Emelonye is set to present the UK theatrical and digital release of BLACK MAIL on 26th August, 2022. (more…)

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