Controversial actress and comedienne Afia Schwarzenegger, has admitted that none of her kids inherited her wild persona.
She claims that she does not anticipate having her daughter, Adiepena Geiling Amankona, ever wear her shoes.
Afia bemoaned the fact that some Ghanaians have labeled her as controversial simply because she chose to live her life authentically.
The 40-year-old mother hopes that Pena, whom she adores and whom she adopted, will live her life to the fullest by penning “her own tale.”
“I don’t want her to be like anybody than herself. My parents didn’t choose who I want to be. I don’t want Pena to be like me, nor do I want Pena to be like Oprah Winfrey… I want Pena to write her story. Whether you like me or not, you can’t wipe away my story. And whether good or bad, I have written my story,” Afia explained.
The actress also disclosed that her twin sons, James Ian and John Irvin Geiling Heerdegan, constantly made her think of her late husband, who was the complete opposite of her.
He was the most composed person she had ever met, according to her.
“My male sons are the reflection of their late dad, and obviously, they are the people she (Pena) looks up to. People say my children are very calm. It is because they have the claimest dad. When it comes to their father and me, we are like fire and water.”
Afia stated that she is unaffected by people’s harsh opinions about her and added that she has been unfairly judged throughout her entire life.
“I don’t give a f**k. This is my honesty and loyalty…Ghanaians judge me because I have made my life like a book. As a human, I can make mistakes. People are quick to judge me because I live my honesty,” Afia Schwarzenegger added.