Afia Schwar reveals the kind of ladies her Twins will marry after forcing her son to breakup with his girlfriend [Video]

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One of Afia Schwarzenegger’s son, James Ian Herdeegen has been trending online after he shared photos of his girlfriend.

Onliners chastise the youngman for focusing on women instead of his studies just few weeks into the University.

Afia Schwar
Afia Schwar reveals the kind of ladies her Twins will marry after forcing her son to breakup with his girlfriend

Afia Schwarzenegger who wanted to salvage the situation commented under a post by an Instagram blogger that her son and the young lady have broken up.

More so, Afia Schwar has given hints on the kind of women she will make her twin sons marry in new videos she has shared on her Instagram page.

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According to her, the sons are her investment and she will not allow any Ghanaian lady to tie them down in the name of marriage in Ghana.

She continued that, all those girls schooling and Ghana and expecting her sons to promise them should take a step back. However, if the ladies intend to offer themselves to her sons free of charge, they are welcomed as its part of their success of growing.

In Afia Schwar’s first reaction to her son, James Ian breaking up with her girlfriend after their bedroom picture went viral she has revealed that her sons are her investment.

See the screenshot below;

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In the other video, Afia Schwar revealed that her twin sons will marry anyone outside Ghana just like how she gave birth to them with a Lebanese man.

She explained that if they (women her sons will marry in the future) should be from Ghana, they should be Ghanaian ladies who have schooled outside Ghana, have certificates and are living abroad and not anywhere within Ghana.

Watch the video below;

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