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I taught Ghanaians how insult with “Wo maame tw3” – Shameless Afia Schwar brags

• Schwarzenegger, a controversial media personality, believes she deserves recognition for her significant contributions to Ghanaian culture and society.
• She claims to have popularized the phrase “wo maame tw3” in Ghana, which was initially hesitant due to its perceived vulgarity.
• Schwarzenegger believes her influence has significantly impacted Ghanaian society.
• She argues for recognition of her contributions to popular culture and the importance of recognizing their contributions.


In a self-recorded video, controversial media personality Afia Schwarzenegger expressed her belief that she deserves some recognition and appreciation from Ghanaians.

According to her, she has contributed significantly to Ghanaian culture and society and therefore believes she should be rewarded for her efforts.

Afia Schwarzenegger claimed that she is responsible for popularizing the use of the phrase “wo maame tw3” in Ghana.

She stated that before she made it a common phrase, people were hesitant to use it due to its perceived vulgarity.

However, she proudly declared that now, the phrase is widely used in various settings such as churches, workplaces, and even in Parliament House.

The self-acclaimed comedienne emphasized that she has played a pivotal role in normalizing the usage of this phrase and believes that her influence has had a significant impact on Ghanaian society.

She argued that her contributions to popular culture should not go unnoticed and that she should be acknowledged for her role in bringing this phrase into mainstream usage.

Overall, Afia Schwarzenegger’s video serves as a reminder of the impact that media personalities can have on society and the importance of recognizing their contributions.

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