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I did drɔgs with Suzzy Williams – Afia Schwarzenegger confesses

Juliet Korkor 2 months ago 0

Afia Schwarzenegger strongly rebukes the late Suzzy Williams and anyone who associates Nana Ama McBrown with discussions about Suzzy Williams. Her criticism stems from recent interviews with Suzzy Williams’ mother, where she discusses her daughter’s death and alleges abandonment by her colleagues afterward.

Afia Schwarzenegger asserts that Suzzy Williams’ mother should refrain from blaming others for her daughter’s demise, as she was aware of Suzzy’s involvement in drug use and reckless behavior.

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According to Afia Schwarzenegger, Suzzy Williams led a reckless lifestyle, mingling with the wrong crowd and indulging in drugs like weed at clubs.

She reveals that Suzzy was still actively partying at Jokers before the accident, and drugs were reportedly found on her person when she was admitted to Lester Hospital.

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Afia Schwarzenegger uses Suzzy Williams’ story as a cautionary tale for mothers, emphasizing the importance of instilling discipline in their children.

She dismisses the mother’s assertions that Suzzy’s colleagues neglected her, arguing that no one is obligated to cater to the mother’s demands.

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Afia Schwarzenegger contends that if the mother had intervened and corrected her daughter’s behavior, Suzzy would likely still be alive today.

This stance underscores Afia Schwarzenegger’s belief in personal responsibility and discipline as essential elements in averting tragedies like Suzzy Williams’ premature death.

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