If I were MOG, I wouldn’t have given you a cent,” Vida Adutwumwaa tells Edward Akwasi Boateng

By Majesty 3 Min Read

Entertainment pundit Vida Adutwumwaa has chastised gospel artist Edward Akwasi Boateng for his attitude towards the multiple donations and gifts he has been getting.

Recall that in 2023, a video of the veteran gospel musician selling pen drives and CDs for survival went popular on social media. According to Edward Akwasi Boateng, he had lost 17 cars and all his belongings owing to a failed marriage, causing him to strive to make ends meet.

The musician’s plight struck the heart of Prophet Benard El Benard Nelson–Eshun, the General Overseer of Spiritlife Revival Ministries, motivating him to provide kindness to the singer.

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The preacher gave Edward Akwasi Boateng with a car and extended an educational scholarship to support the children of the gospel musician up to the university level.

Also, the viewers of the morning show on Angel TV and Angel FM raised an amount of GHC60,000 to support the gospel performer.

However, Akwasi Boateng has been under issues following comments he made regarding some donations in interviews.

In an interview, Boateng reportedly criticized a GH¢1000 gift as “too small”. He further alleged that fellow gospel musician MOGmusic had committed to honour him but did not fulfil his commitment.

Airing her disgust on UTV’s United Showbiz hosted by MzGee, Vida Adutwumwaa argued that such an attitude could deter future donations from other individuals.

“I saw an interview where someone gifted him GH¢1000 and he said the money was too small for him and he was expecting more. How can he say that? With the pen drives he sells, will he be able to make GH¢1000 by selling them?

“The attitude he has been displaying is not right. If I were the one who handed him the money, I would have gone back for it. Because if he can’t appreciate GH¢1000, then how much is he expecting people to give him?” a disappointed Vida asked.

Vida further cautioned the musician to be more appreciative of the aid he has been receiving. He stated that if she were MOGmusic, she would channel the funding to a more thankful and humble artiste.

“If I were MOG, I wouldn’t even give him the plaque and the money pledged to him, I would give it to a more humble gospel artiste.

“It’s difficult to make money nowadays; people have to pay bills and other things. And they’ve taken the little they have to give him and he claims it’s not enough.

“So let him appreciate the little he has been given and stop being so entitled to other people’s money,” suggested Vida.

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