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I helped Delay When My White Husband Was Alive Only For Her To Slave Me When He Died – Afia Schwar

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Ghanaian socialite and self-acclaimed queen of comedy, Afia Schwar has told her side of the tale of how her friendship with Delay deteriorated.

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The relationship between the two media personalities has not been the best in the past years and it was rekindled after Delay landed a job at Wontumi Radio.

The position that Delay fills at Wontumi Radio was supposedly meant to be held by Afia Schwar and this has brought about the recent banter between the two. 

There have been back and forth jabs thrown at each other but in a recent revelation, Afia Schwar has stated that she helped Delay when her white husband was alive only for her to turn her into a slave when he died.

According to Afia Schwarzenegger, she met Delay for the first time when she went to Top Radio with Quata to promote his song in 2004. 

Despite the fact that they were in different classes, she accepted Delay as a friend.

Afia Schwarzenegger said that she was married to a white man at the time and that they had their own beach house at Teshie.

She explained how she fed and clothed Delay because she didn’t get paid much at Top Radio.

Afia Schwarzenegger said she exploited her wealth to propel Delay to the top, including persuading Prince McKay to add her to Presenters Guide on TV3, which led to her major deal with Oman Fm.

When her white husband died, Delay treated her terribly after doing all of these things for her.

She lost everything after the death of her white husband and that was when Delay stepped in to help her but she ended up treating her like her house help.

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