AAAH! Diana Asamoah storms COP Kofi Boakye’s birthday party in a torn dress
Gospel musician Diana Asamoah has been making headlines on social media after she showed up to COP Kofi Boakye’s 60th birthday party in a torn dress.
The incident has sparked a lot of criticism and trolling on social media, with many people wondering why the musician would show up to such a high-profile event in a torn dress.
COP Kofi Boakye is a well-respected figure in Ghana and his birthday party was attended by many prominent people in the country. Diana Asamoah was one of the guests invited to the event, but her appearance in a torn dress has caused a stir.
In a video that has been circulating on social media, Diana Asamoah can be seen struggling to walk in her heels as she enters the venue. She then proceeds to exchange pleasantries with other guests, including Kwame Despite, who were seated at one of the tables. It was at this point that the torn elbow of her lace dress became apparent.
Further camera angles revealed that other parts of her dress were also torn. The incident has sparked a lot of criticism on social media, with many people questioning Diana Asamoah’s judgment in showing up to such an important event in a torn dress.
It is not clear whether Diana Asamoah was aware of the torn dress before she arrived at the party, or whether the dress became torn while she was at the event.
However, the incident has caused a lot of embarrassment for the musician and has overshadowed the celebration of COP Kofi Boakye’s birthday.
This incident comes just days before Diana Asamoah’s AbbaFather concert, which is scheduled to take place on March 5th in Kumasi. It remains to be seen how this incident will impact the musician’s upcoming concert.
Overall, the incident has highlighted the importance of appropriate attire when attending high-profile events. Diana Asamoah’s appearance in a torn dress has caused a lot of embarrassment for both the musician and the guests at the event.
It serves as a reminder that dressing appropriately for the occasion is always important, especially when attending events of great significance.