Fashion police Charlie Dior was at his critique best recently by ripping into Asantewaa for her poor sense of fashion which she displayed at a recent wedding ceremony.
In his capacity as a fashion critic, Charlie did not waste time throwing his unsolicited opinions at the sort of outfit she wore.
Apparently, the TikTok star showed up at the event in just a shirt and a headwrap and nothing else.
From afar, one could tell she did it to chase clout and make herself the centre of attention on the internet PLUS rake in more views on her TikTok platform to generate revenue.
But whichever way, Charlie Dior is having none of that and duly slammed her for her ‘village’ attitude.
He also turned his attention to her pair of shows and made unsavoury comments about it.
Charlie Dior is a US-based Ghanaian red carpet host, an award-winning media presenter, and a fashion critic.
In other trending stories making rounds on this portal, Afia Schwarzenegger, typical of her, has thrown her weight behind Nana Agradaa for scamming her church members of various sums of money under the guise of doubling it for them.
As deduced from previous videos shared online, Nana Agradaa’s disgruntled followers said they believed her words and had given her various quantities of money in the hope of receiving multiple folds as she had promised.
But alas, that wasn’t meant to be after she scammed them of their money and quickly went into hiding but was later arrested by the police as shared in a previous report on www.Ghbase.com.
Afia Schwarzenegger, who also shared her two cents on the development insisted that the buffoonery of her church members and others who flocked to the church to partake in the scamming process are solely blamable for what happened.
“Jesus Christ, who died for our sins, did not take money from people in the church. Jesus Christ, in whose name we pray did not double money for people in the church.
So, if you willingly and greedily gave out your money to someone to spend, thank God. At least we have been able to fish out the stupid people in our midst. I don’t believe Agradaa did that but even if she did, God bless her abundantly,” Afia was heard saying in a Tik Tok live video.
“I just hope that Ghana Police is not going to waste our taxes, my taxes on stupid things like this,” Afia added.