Afia Schwarzenegger says Kwadwo Safo Kantanka is ‘gay’ (SCREENSHOT)

Ghanaian award-winning actress and comedienne Afia Schwarzenegger claims Apostle Kwadwo Safo Kantanka is gay.

The controversial host of Shwar TV made this allegation following some statements made by Kantanka TV host, Mona Gucci, on her show and via WhatsApp a few days ago.

Afia Schwarzenegger shared a screenshot of a WhatsApp chat where Mona Gucci alleged that Afia is being evicted from her home. The message claimed Afia switched from NDC to NPP to get a party guru to rent a place at Spintex due to competitions with Mzbel.

“Afia is being evicted from her house gidigidi ooo,” the WhatsApp message allegedly sent by Mona reads. “That’s why she’s doing that video about people not voting for Mahama because Rawlings is dead.”

It continued: “She’s trying to call the attention of the NPP on her to see if someone will help her rent a place at just wants to live at Spintex because of Mzbel. Then she will start bragging that she bought a house at Spintex too. I’m tired of her now.”

In response, Afia Schwarzenegger accused Apostle Kwadwo Safo Kantanka – founder of Kantanka Automobile and Kantanka TV – of being a gay for allowing Mona spread lies about her on his TV station.

“Please tell these idiots the day I moved into my new you were too late…ahiafuor ne ahoayaa. Just becos I refused to entertain your stupidity,” she captioned a screenshot of Mona’s alleged WhatsApp message.

She made a separate post where she said intelligent people don’t drive Kantanka cars. She captioned the post: “When I tell you to leave me alone in private and you don’t… I will investigate you! Gay people.”

Nana Aba Anamoah’s baby daddy, Osebo, stepped in to beg her not to attack Kwadwo Safo. “Sister am beginning u in the name of God to leave my father out of this pls,” he wrote.

But Afia responded saying: “they should have considered my age to bring nonsense to an see whiles I was fucking the dog, Apostle Sarfo Kantanka was fucking his ass at the same house!!!!”

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Straight Skin, Gay Masks and Pretending to Be Gay on Screen examines cinematic depictions of pretending-to-be-gay, assessing performances that not only reflect heteronormative and explicitly homophobic attitudes, but also offer depictions of gay selfhood…

Straight Skin, Gay Masks and Pretending to Be Gay on Screen examines cinematic depictions of pretending-to-be-gay, assessing performances that not only reflect heteronormative and explicitly homophobic attitudes, but also offer depictions of gay selfhood…

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Straight Skin, Gay Masks and Pretending to be Gay on Screen

Straight Skin, Gay Masks and Pretending to Be Gay on Screen examines cinematic depictions of pretending-to-be-gay, assessing performances that not only reflect heteronormative and explicitly homophobic attitudes, but also offer depictions of gay selfhood with more nuanced multidirectional identifications.

The case of straight protagonists pretending to be gay on screen is the ideal context in which to study unanticipated progressivity and dissidence in regard to cultural construction of human sexualities in the face of theatricalized epistemological collapse. Teasing apart the dynamics of depictions of both sexual stability and fluidity in cinematic images of men pretending to be gay offers new insights into such salient issues as sexual vulnerability and dynamics and long-term queer visibility in a politically complicated mass culture which is mostly produced in a heteronormative and even hostile cultural environment. Additionally, this book initially examines queer uses of sexuality masquerade in Alternate Gay World Cinema that allegorically features a world pretending to be gay, in which straights are harassed and persecuted, in order to expose the tragic consequences of sexual intolerance. Films and TV series examined as part of the analysis include The Gay Deceivers, Victor/Victoria, Happy Texas, William Friedkin’s Cruising and many other straight and gay screens.

This is a fascinating and important study relevant to students and researchers in Film Studies, Media Studies, Gender Studies, Queer Studies, Sexuality Studies, Communication Studies and Cultural Studies.

Autor: Gilad Padva 2020, 1. Auflage, 204 Seiten, EnglischVerlag: Taylor & Francis 1000057550ISBN-13: 9781000057553Erscheinungsdatum: 11.05.2020

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