Ghanaian comedienne Afia Schwarzenegger has finally revealed the person who helped Twene Jonas get to the United States amidst their public beef and rantings.

Afia Schwarzenegger in her earlier rantings promised not to ever reveal the person’s identity as it would have a dent on their relationship. However, in recent events, she haa revealed the mystery person to be the former Talented kids winner, DJ Switch.

According to her, the family of DJ switch helped Twene Jonas into the US on their ticket and he disappeared later. The consequences of these allegations if true, will be borne by the family of the young DJ. Even though, the comedienne knew this and vowed never to reveal their identity, it seems Twene Jonas has significantly made enough damage to her personality to make her break her own promise.

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Twene Jonas and Afia Schwarzenegger have been beefing for the past 24 hours after she commented over the Dag Heward-Mills and Otumfuo saga. The comedienne while reacting to the story said, if low-lives like Twene Jonas could insult the Otumfuo, why would a man man of God also insult Otumfuo.

A video which recently popped up online and dates back to 1999 showed Bishop Dag Heward-Mills making foul claims to the investiture of the Otumfuo that same year. Twene Jonas also made similar claims about Otumfuo for allowing illegal mining otherwise known as galamsey in the Ashanti.

Afia Schwarzenegger dragged the social media commentator Twene Jonas while making a comparison of the two incidents. Twene Jonas replied her in a Facebook video calling her ‘the ugliest woman in the world’ and several names including her twin boys.

The comedienne in a edge to come back revealed her reply would be a hype to Twene Jonas and she wouldn’t be talking much on the issue. She couldn’t keep her cool after his video and has since then released 5 videos to rubbish all of Twene Jonas.

Gh Kabutey is a content writer, video editor and social media marketer. I promote in a new and holistic manner, Ghanaian culture [music, dance, people], news, and trends. I am a biochemist by profession.

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