Diana Asamoah used to preach against fashionable outfits but she’s now doing worse – Oboy Siki

Actor Oboy Siki of Kumawood claims that gospel singer Diana Asamoah’s views on fashion have evolved from her previous statements.

He mentioned that Diana had once preached against Christians dressing stylishly, pointing out that it is not a prerequisite for spiritual development.

Oboy Siki went on to say that, given how fashionable the gospel singer has become, her public appearance in terms of clothing has changed significantly since she rose to fame.

The actor emphasized that dressing stylishly is not a sin for a Christian. It becomes problematic, though, if the clothing allows for indecent bodily exposure, as this could tempt someone.

“Diana Asamoah is not the same. She used to preach against certain things, like how to dress, but now look at what she is doing. She was speaking insanely against fashion at first, but now she understands Christianity better.

She now realizes that while dressing modestly in keeping with Christian principles is appropriate, baring one’s body is the real issue. “Some Christians speak in any way because they are poor, but then they do whatever makes them happy,” he said in an interview with Angel FM that GhanaWeb listened to.

He made the comment in response to Diana’s recent stylish appearances, which the public found questionable considering her status as a gospel singer and evangelist.

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