Nana Tornado, a Ghanaian socialite, has reacted to the alleged commotion that has hit the Mafia Gang camp.
In recent times, an audio conversation leaked in which Diamond Appiah was heard stating reasons why she and Afia Schwarzenegger didn’t attend the baby christening of Tracey Boakye.
Nana Tornado, who has been an ardent critic of the Mafia Gang, especially Afia Schwarzenegger, claims he has been vindicated by the leaked audio.
He also alleged that most Ghanaians are hypocrites. In the said video, Tornado expressed his disappointment towards Ghanaians who made a mockery of him when it was disclosed that Afia Schwarzenegger took him for a ride by making him believe that she had gotten married secretly.
In a video he shared on his Facebook page, sighted by 1Family Radio, the socialite accused Ghanaians of being too quick to judge without having full details of the story.
“For the past two to three days, I have noticed that many Ghanaians are tagging me. They are asking about my whereabouts. Some of them are saying that I have been vindicated,’’ he stated.
“Why are you asking about my whereabouts? What do you guys want me to do for you? Why are you tagging and calling me?’’ he quizzed.
“On several occasions, many Ghanaians are hypocrites because Afia Schwarzenegger turned herself into Anas and sent me a message on Instagram, pretending to be someone else and saying that she was about to get married.’’
“After she finished sending me the message, she turned around and recorded a video in which she made fun of me because I believed in the lies she told me.’’
“Some Ghanaians were jubilating because they thought Afia had outsmarted me. You guys ridiculed and laughed at me,’’ he noted.
“I remained silent because I was wondering where some Ghanaians had their minds; all of a sudden, everybody was in support of Afia. Even those I considered my friends were supporting Afia and laughing at me.’’
Nana Tornado stressed the importance of knowing those you consider friends because some are actually wolves in sheep’s clothing.
He also cautioned the general public not to believe everything that pops up on social media until they know the full story.