- Gospel singer Diana Asamoah has finally met with Mr. Drew
- Her face was lighted with excitement as seen in the video
- Asamoah refused to say anything when Mr. Drew asked her to comment
- Fans have reacted massively to the video
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Gospel singer, Diana Asamoah, has finally met with Mr. Drew, who used her name for his Dw3 hit song.
They are captured hanging out together, and Diana was feeling like a super queen as she refused to say anything when Mr. Drew asked her to comment.
It appears Asamoah was just being careful by deciding not to talk since she has often been trolled for her utterances on social media.
The video has garnered some reactions on social media with many people simply being excited that she has finally met Mr. Drew, who used her name for a song.
Ghanafuo, and Boadi, for instance, screamed “huleeeeey” as one of Asamoah’ social media tags:
boadi511: “hip hip huleey.”
Richie and Joanna were happy Asamoah has finally met Mr. Drew:
amrichie: “Finally oooo @mrdrewofficial 2020 is complete now.”
joannaakuamensah: “Looool finally.”
Another user by the name 00178, and Schwar Lovers observed that Asamoah was afraid to talk:
_00178__: “she's afraid o yieee hullayyyy.”
schwar_lovers: “Haha, she won't say anything biaaa.”
Thessy said Asamoah is lovely and funny:
thessybae9: “Very lovely n funny.”
Esi remarked that Mr. Drew and Diana Asamoah look alike:
esiblacklipsy: “They look alike mpo.”
Meanwhile, Diana Asamoah had earlier revealed how she feels with her name being used in a secular song.
She described it as a kind gesture saying that to her, it was an achievement.
Asamoah was also in the news following a photo showing her with a protruded belly making Ghanaians conclude that she was pregnant.
However, the over 50-year-old singer has said many times that until God tells her to marry, she does not see herself becoming a wife to any man.
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