“Ghanaians are tired of you”- Kwaku Manu tells Diana Asamoah

Actor Kwaku Manu has criticized Gospel singer Diana Asamoah for her ongoing criticisms of fellow Gospel artist Evangelist Edward Akwasi Boateng.

In a video recorded by Kwakku Manu and shared on Ghbase.com, he urged Diana Asamoah to change her behavior, stating that Ghanaians are fed up with her.

“The way you behave and do things is becoming unacceptable. Ghanaians are growing weary of you,” stated the comic actor.

Kwaku Manu suggests that the gospel musician’s behavior has shifted since acquiring money, noting differences in her approach to worship before and after becoming wealthy.

Using an illustration, the Kumawood actor mentioned that in the past, Evangelist Diana Asamoah criticized certain things like makeup when she had little, and judged people who dressed differently as evil. However, her behavior shifted after becoming wealthy.

Kwaku Manu pointed out that Evangelist Diana Asamomah now engages in behaviors she once criticized, such as wearing makeup and dressing like a slay queen, after becoming wealthy.

“I’ve noticed that when you lack money, you worship God in a certain way, and when you have money, you worship God differently,” he stated.

When the woman was an evangelist, she dedicated herself completely to God and preached His word. Back then, there was a lack of funds. There was no money like there is now. She claimed that any woman wearing a wig is disrespectful to God and will not go to heaven. Many individuals held strong beliefs and admiration for Diana Asamoah and her spiritual authority. According to her, individuals wearing headgear had committed a sin against God. Regarding makeup, she described those individuals as the epitome of evil. She would clarify things so that others could comprehend her. According to the actor, she previously worked on a campaign for God.

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