Been a celebrity makes you a public figure and everything about you according to fans, is supposed to be known, most at times celebrities face “cyber bully” from fans but certainly they keep their dignity by refusing to answer.
Afia Schwarzenegger has angrily replied a fan who requested her to post the WASSCE results of her twins, according to the fan, most of the candidates have posted theirs and also she is a public figure so she should post hers.
She replied the fan stating, he should publish his first, Afia Schwarzenegger is known to be one brave, talented personality who refuses to be played with. Although she has been posting her Twins, she wants their results to be something private.
Her reply was back by several fans and only few of them also requested the WASSCE results to be published, but Afia Schwarzenegger has made it plain stating she would never post the results of her Twins in public.
Check out screenshot from her reply below.
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