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Mona Gucci slams Diamond Appiah for mocking Mzbel over the death of her father

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Mona Gucci slams Diamond Appiah for mocking Mzbel over the death of her father

Ghanaian presenter Monalisa Abigail Semeha, widely known as Mona Gucci has slammed self-acclaimed Ghanaian billionaire Diamond Appiah for her post on social media about the death of Mzbel’s father.

Diamond Appiah has been trending on social media after the heartless comments she made about the death of Ghanaian artiste Mzbel’s father.

Mzbel’s father, Mr. Albert Amoah passed away because he was buried yesterday which made lots of his friends express their condolences to the musician.

Diamond Appiah shared a post mocking and
describing Mzbel as “Chokor orphan” which has attracted many reactions slamming her.

She wrote: “Chorkor orphan in the building. Awww we serve a living God ampa, what they wish for us will be their portion. Masree asu” with laughing emojis.

This post has attracted Mona Gucci to slam Diamond Appiah for mocking the musician during the death of her father.

Mona wrote:

“Dymond Appya”—my name is Mona Gucci….and am saying bring your DILAPIDATED self here..this minute!!— sorry the cameras captured the real you..without filter—have u looked in the mirror lately?..I bet u haven’t…cuz u’ll realize that u are aging n the last thing u need is hatred n bitterness—towards a fellow human…what in God’s name is wrong with u? Rejoicing over the death of someone’s father? aahhh are u ok?

“U did the same thing to @thosecalledcelebss when she lost her dad and u are doing the same to @mzbeldaily !! When Tracy is spending money on the poor n needy,your just busy wishing evil for people—U always calling people “Abrewa”..see how wrinkled ur EAR 1f442-1f3fe Mona Gucci slams Diamond Appiah for mocking Mzbel over the death of her father

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image-347-edited Mona Gucci slams Diamond Appiah for mocking Mzbel over the death of her father

Source: Docupdates.com

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