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I respect you a lot, there is no feud between us – Kwaku Manu to Diana Asamoah

Ghanaian actor Kwaku Manu has advised gospel musician Diana Asamoah to desist from making public remarks that suggest there is a rift between the two of them.


According to him, Diana Asamoah is someone he respects a lot and would not go to the extent of having a feud with her.


Speaking in a TikTok live session monitored by Remedi Entertainment, Kwaku Manu rebuffed claims of feuding with Diana Asamoah after he criticised her recently.

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“I want Diana Asamoah to know that I don’t have any feud with her, and there is no way I can do that. Her age is close to my mother’s. So, if she is asked about our relationship during interviews, she shouldn’t fuel any speculation about a feud between us.


“I am pleading with her [Diana Asamoah] to stop making remarks that create the impression that there is a problem between us. I respect her a lot for her age,” he said.


Kwaku Manu lambasted Diana Asamoah for what he described as ‘disrespect’ towards struggling artist Edward Akwasi Boateng.


He claims Diana Asamoah did not act with dignity when she suggested Edward Akwasi Boateng over the radio to use his gifted car for ride-hailing services.


Edward Akwasi Boateng should not be allowed to use the car anyway. Diana Asamoah thought she had the right to.


Speaking during a live TikTok session that Remedi Entertainment was watching, Kwaku Manu urged Diana Asamoah to remain silent if she refused to assist Edward Akwasi Boateng.


“Are you promoting Christ as a gospel musician, or what? A pastor has given your fellow gospel musician a car and promised to look after his kids to help him out. What is your issue if the pastor did not instruct him [Edward Akwasi Boateng] to use the car for ride-hailing services? If you will not assist him, you would better stop talking.


“I am positive you would not have spoken to him so disrespectfully on the radio if he were your spouse or a family member. How is it possible for Christians to stab one another in this manner? Not in public, but in private, you could have given him advice,” he raged.


The comment infuriated Diana Asamoah, who recently declared in an interview that she would never, under any circumstances, consent to being interviewed by Kwaku Manu.

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