Evangelist Diana Asamoah loses her concentration on the gospel and joins the gang of slay queens.
The reality is striking Ghanaian gospel singers hard; they are now in the business of making money to accumulate wealth on this planet, taking large sums of money for concerts while ignoring the message of goodwill, generosity, and the promotion of the gospel.
It appears that Evangelist Diana Asamoah has lost sight of her mission and has joined the slay queens organization for reasons that are only known to her.
As a result, her latest words and attire are a departure from the Evangelist Diana Asamoah that Ghanaians were familiar with and enjoyed during the 2000s, when she sang soul-touching and spirit-filled songs.
As we speak, Evangelist Diana Asamoah is dressed in tight jeans, fake nails, and false eyelashes, all of which are in direct opposition to the expectations of authentic Christianity. Because of her lifestyle, Diana Asamoah has unwittingly become a member of the slay queens gang, which is a tragic development.
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