Delay goes hard Afia Schwarzenegger and Tracey Boakye; calls them ‘Borla Birds [Video]


TV star and entrepreneur Deloris Frimpong Manso famed as Delay Ghana did not mince words when she took a swipe at Afia Schwarzenegger and her crew, Tracey Boakye and Diamond Appiah in the most savage way ever.

The award-winning television personality delivered a hard-knocking opening remark on the Delay Show show recently as she threw subtle jabs at her detractors with wordplay and proverbial statements.

Delay noted that she’s the biggest in the game, the goal and the dream of all those who fire shots at her from time to time and those who like to discredit her.

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Delay goes hard Afia Schwarzenegger and Tracey Boakye

Delay went on to tease Tracey Boakye calling her borla bird. She went on and on dropping other funny name for Diamond Appiah.

Afia Schwar – whose real name is Valentina Nana Agyeiwaa – also received her fair share of vilification from Delay who changed her rib-tickling name from “Fufu Funu” by Twene Jonas to a more humiliating one.

For Delay and Afia Schwarzenegger , we understand there’s bad blood between them following their split from the Afia Schwarzenegger’s show.

Whilst Schwar had often dragged Delay and call her names including being greedy and stingy, Delay has neglected her most of the time, except to shade her in codes on special days when she’s in the mood.

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For Diamond Appiah and Tracey Boakye, we are not sure what sort of controversy they have with Delay but Delay recently roasted Diamond Appiah when she was caught photoshopping a list of items on the internet to pass it as her own.

Well, it seems Delay seems to enjoy taking a swipe at these ladies who claim they are billionaires although they’re not into legit businesses.

Watch the video below;

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