“I lost my 17 cars and my wife I sent to the US also divorced me” – Edward Akwasi Boateng

Gospel musician Edward Akwasi Boateng has revealed that he chose his wife horribly.

Edward Akwasi Boateng revealed in an AKOMA FM interview that he lost all 17 of his cars after getting married.

He went on to say that his wife had made him a spendthrift by forcing him to spend more money than he was making.

She noticed he was broke, so she divorced him even though they had moved to the US.

The gospel minister bemoaned in the interview that he should have chosen a helper instead of a big spender for his wife.

Formerly well-known in Ghana’s gospel music scene, Edward Akwasi Boateng peaked in the early 2000s and amassed a fortune estimated to be more than $300,000.

Boateng had an amazing collection of seventeen expensive cars during this time, and he lived in opulent mansions all over the nation.

He was living the high life, traveling first class and taking advantage of all the perks that come with being successful, similar to those enjoyed by the Sultan of Brunei.

On the other hand, new information has shed light on a different period of Edward Akwasi Boateng’s life.

The change from a life of luxury to one characterized by the menial act of peddling pen drives raises concerns about the nature of fame in the entertainment industry, financial management, and success dynamics.

Credit to Ghpage/ Shinemegh.com

Dj Citrus

I'm a radio Dj,blogger,teacher and entertainment critic who loves music and like promoting creative art to the world.

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