Afia Schwarzenegger Insults UK Prime Minister Because A Gorilla Was Named Afia in A UK Zoo
There was deep excitement at the Bristol Zoo in UK earlier this morning as the first ever Gorilla to be born via cesarean section took charge of its first breath—feeling fresh and pompous to be in the world.
And the Gorilla was named Afia, following public voting.
According to the BBC;
A baby gorilla born in a rare emergency caesarean section at Bristol Zoo has been named Afia following a public vote.
The name – which means “Friday born child” in Ghanaian – was picked from a choice of three suggestions.
The seven week-old Western lowland gorilla was shown off by her keeper as she went outside for the first time.
Staff said her mother, Kera, who has been critically ill, is continuing to recover well.
Now, though the Gorilla is just named Afia—insulting Ghanaian TV/Radio presenter-Afia Schwarzenegger who recently got into a third world war of verbal warfare with millionaire and Ghanaian MP-Kennedy Agyepong has taken to social media to launch series of insults on British Prime Minister-David Cameron for allowing such a contempt of her person and name.
According to Afia Schwarzenegger, she believes the Gorilla was born on Thursday but because some people say she looks like a Gorilla which the British have heard, they just decided to make a mockery of her by announcing that the Gorilla was born on Friday and went straight for a Ghanaian name, particular hers.
“If the Gorilla was born via cesarean, then why did they choose Friday to do the cutting? This is intentional, they are just teasing me and I have left them to Obinim’s God to deal with them, especially that so called David Cameron who is a gay in a closet,” Afia Schwarzenegger wrote on social media.
She added; “Why did they come for a Ghanaian name and not a Nigerian name or something? This is a deliberate action by the British to insult me. They envy my achievements. God will punish the UK Prime Minister for allowing this to go on.”
“I look like a Gorilla, my mother loves me,” she concluded.