Following the incident on UTV, Ghanaian comedienne and actress Afia Schwarzenegger issued Nana Ama McBrown an unofficial apology.
In a recent video, Afia Schwar acknowledged that she obviously messed up.
Of course she messed up, but human error is inevitable.
While relaxing with her three kids outside of Ghana, Schwar made an unofficial apology in a slightly filthy video.
In the video, intoxicated Afia Schwarznegger deployed Black Sherif’s ‘Kwaku the Traveller’ song as she repeated the popular lyrics ‘of course I fcked up, who never fcked up hands in the air’ to send a cryptic apology to Nana Ama McBrown and others she offended.
However, she persisted in her habitual gibberish as she made fun of Ghanaians’ poverty and the country’s current economic difficulties.
After causing wahala in Ghana, Afia Schwarzenegger and her three children are currently travelling from Amsterdam to Paris in France to continue their relaxing.
On the Saturday, July 9th edition of United Showbiz, Afia Schwarzenegger dissed at Chairman Wontumi, Delay, and Mzbel, causing a tremendous uproar on live television.
Afia denigrated the politician as she revealed into details their private amorous relationship on live TV.
Though the case is in the court, she didn’t give a hoot and went on to reveal details about it.
Host of the program, Nana Ama McBrown, sat aloof and watched her free her chest although her actions were in contempt of court.
Following the program, McBrown was heavily criticised by Ghanaians for allowing Afia Schwarzenegger to disrespect a politician in his absence.
The consistent backlashes and criticisms led to UTV to apologise live on TV to Chairman Wontumi.
Also, Nana Ama reportedly apologised to Wontumi privately and also on the recent show.
Amidst all that, Afia remained unbothered and actually acted pompous until she left the shores of Ghana.
Her apology comes days after Nana Ama McBrown’s apology.
Watch the video below…