A fellow gospel singer, Evangelist Diana Asamoah, has called on her fellows to ensure that they give her dirty slaps whenever she moves to someone on stage, among the strong condemnation being poured upon Cecilia Marfo.
Cecilia Marfo, in a so-called prophetic zone, stormed a stage performed by Joyce Blessing in a video that went viral over the weekend, snatched the microphone and begged her to return to her husband.
The incident was similar to a similar one that happened a few years ago when, under the alleged influence of the Holy Spirit, she assaulted Brother Sammy by slapping him.
With many suggesting that her alleged prophetic act that had her snatching a microphone from Joyce Blessing in the middle of her performance was not only disrespectful but humiliating to her, she has been strongly criticized for her act.
Diana Asamoah, criticizing the recent act, chastised Brother Sammy in a self-recorded video for being childish in his remarks on the matter.
Brother Sammy should stop coming to social media and refer to Cecilia Marfo as his subordinate and focus on solving problems instead. If we are to be honest, even before me, Cecilia Marfo came into the gospel industry, she began singing before me, so that you are not her friend. “Speak to problems by focusing on irrelevant matters and stop being childish,” she said.
In the video viewed by GhanaWeb, Diana Asamoah, having lashed out at her male colleague, declined heavily on Cecelia Marfo for perpetrating evil deeds under the pretext of collaborating with the Holy Spirit.
She called on her fellow artists to deal with Cecilia Marfo if she transfers one stage to someone, adding that if she should ever come to her on stage, she would not refuse to deal with her any dirty slaps.
Any artist who goes to Cecilia Marfo’s event and gets up to come and do something like what she did the other day, just beat her up. Send her dirty slaps, tie her up with a microphone cord and battle her well. She would have avoided doing that if she had been handled like that once or twice.
If I’m ever meant to be on stage, Diana Asamoah, and she comes to me trying to do something all in the name of trending, I bet we’re going to be trending for sure. We’re going to learn about it in Kosovo. She said, “If she ever comes to you on stage to make sure that you slap her and that the evil spirit in her disappears, that’s my advice to you all.”