“I Heard Some People Are Dying To See Me Lose”-Delay Subtly Shades Afia Schwarzenegger
Ghanaian media personality, Deloris Frimpong Manso, well known as Delay has indirectly rekindled her beef with her long-time arch-nemesis, Afia Schwarzenegger as she throws a subtle shot at her on social media.
This comes after Afia Schwarzenegger insulted Delay on her Instagram page by utilizing barrenness as a weapon in her protracted argument with the media personality, she went too far with her present dispute with Delay.
Afia Schwarzenegger, who Delay helped get fame for, showed how unappreciative she was by criticizing Delay for not having a child of her own or a man to keep her warm in bed. She continued by saying that she is too busy taking care of her kids to get into a fight with Delay.
Well, this attracted the attention of many on social media, and Afia’s comment was meted with harsh criticism as many berated her for using Delay’s childlessness against her.
In a recent tweet, Delay has expressed her deepest condolences to those who wish to see her lose in life especially the likes of Afia Schwarzenegger.
She wrote; My condolences! I hear some people are dying to see me lose
See the tweet below:
Meanwhile, Ghanaian actress, Kisa Gbekle has debunked claims of undergoing surgery to enhance her body shape just to attract well-to-do men to herself.
Speaking in an interview with Abeiku Santana on United Television’s “Atuu” segment, Kisa Gbekle stated that she did not embark on that journey to get her body shape enhanced just to attract or entice men.
Kisa stated that her reason for undergoing surgery is because she wanted to gain her old body since she found her body after birth very displeasing,
She revealed that she used to believe that her body is expensive and would only be available to big men with huge cash but she has seen it all when it comes to having something to do with men, hence she needs no man in her life.
However, she added that she is neither a lesbian, hence anyone with the thought that she is only interested in women should quickly delete such perceptions.