My terrible sense of style was influenced by false biblical teachings, says Diana Asamoah

Gospel singer Diana Asamoah has said that she was misled by incorrect teachings from preachers in her early Christian life, including the late prophet Emmanuel Kwaku Apraku, popularly known as "Apraku My Daughter," and other figures. This is why Diana didn't have decent fashion until lately.

My terrible sense of style was influenced by false biblical teachings, says Diana Asamoah

Diana Asamoah disclosed in a recent interview on Joy Prime's Prime Morning program that some of the beliefs she internalized throughout her early Christian upbringing had an impact on her lackluster sense of style.

"There were many incorrect doctrines when I surrendered my life to Christ. April By then, my daughter had become a well-known preacher. So my church invited him, and when he arrived, he told the host, Roselyn Felli, that a dwarf had taken him to a forest where he was informed that women's hair cream is made of blood and that powder is made from the ashes of human bones, among other things. He also made us understand that anyone involved in such things wouldn't make it to heaven.

Diana said that because she was unfamiliar with and ignorant of God's word, she was overcome with anxiety.

"At the time, I didn't wear makeup because Apraku My daughter said, "You will enter the river and not heaven because they were created by 'Maame Water,' [Marine spirits]."

Her perspective of these matters was, however, changed by her interaction with a preacher named Ato Haggan and his more in-depth teachings from the Bible.

Diana Asamoah has a reputation for being somewhat modest about her appearance up until lately. All of that, though, has altered in the last few years, and Diana Asamoah—who has long opposed makeup and wig wear among other fashion trends—has become more fashionable than ever.