Check out how Afia Schwar and Delay’s ‘beef’ started

Social media personality, Afia Schwarzenegger has opened up about how the feud between her and radio show host Deloris Frimpong Manso aka Delay started.

The two media personalities have been throwing shots at each other on social media for the past few years after they parted ways and Ghanaians have been wondering what caused their separation and feud.

The ongoing beef between Afia and Delay started after the former starred in the 2020 hit drama series dubbed ‘Afia Schwarzenegger’. It was alleged that the two parted ways over monetary issues.

In a discussion on UTV’s United Showbiz, Afia Schwar known in private life as Valentina Nana Agyeiwaa, opened upon the real cause of the beef between herself and Delay. According to her.

According to her, Delay, the Executive Producer of the series had a problem with her when she approached her with a contract per advice from musician Kwabena Kwabena.

“When I met Kwabena Kwabena, he advised me that I should get a manager to draft a small contract [to Delay] else one day my friend with Delay will turn sour. So, Kwabena Kwabena’s brother known as Akwasi drafted a contract for me to Delay; immediately she got the contract, then she flipped it and said she has removed me from her TV series,” Afia Schwarzenegger narrated.

She noted that it was true the contract that brought about the long-standing ‘beef’ between the two hitherto were the best of friends.

“Delay said, I have used my red pen to remove you from the series,” she stressed.

“I am a mother, I had children, I didn’t want fame; I wanted money. I also tell people that I seek what my children will eat first before anything else.

“I was the most famous person and the hungriest person in this industry, ” she indicated.

“I swear, the day I was able to eat three square meals was the day I met Fadda Dickson. I had fame, a name but had no money…I work for other radio stations and was paid by Fadda Dickson…I was so famous that I could not even take trotro…people don’t know the sacrifice we made to be here. My life changed the day I met Fadda Dickson,” she added.