afia2In what appears to be a barter of abusive and sometimes explicit words, TV talk show host Afia Schwarzenegger has thrown salvos at bishop Obinim of God’s Way International Ministry in reply to the bishop’s scathing attack on her person.

Obviously the husband of gospel singer Florence Obinim did not take kindly to remarks passed by the actress and TV show host on her ‘kokoko’ show going ahead to express his grievance in public at his church premises but sharp tongued Afia deemed it proper to give this reply via her facebook page.

“Obinim…If ur wife had my body or my class u will never be the brand ambassador for Barcadi nite club, jumping from one hooker to another, if ur wife was as intelligent as I am u will never say things like Knowredge, Kwaaarlebu, creaver, president Rawrings.

If ur wife looked a Lil like me u will never sleep with ur church members in the name of counselling and run after ur pastors wives begging them for sex.

So the nxt time u decide to insult another man’s wife, in ur shrine thinking we are scared of an idiot like u…pls think about what u ve kept in ur house as a wife. .. ‘kwasia’.

Pu**y – licking pastor, Sakawarian and a thief. Your stinking bleach body makes me sick, Pastor Michael Jackson; Stupid brand ambassador for Ama Boahemmaa Condensed Milk… ‘kwasia Kwa’.

# hope u do get someone to read this to u…empty headed fool” she added.

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