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I Am Not Controversial – Mzbel

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Hiplife Artiste, Nana Akua Amoah popularly known in show business as Mzbel has debunked rumors that she is a controversial person.

She explained that her stories are always twisted by bloggers, creating the impression she is controversial.

In an interview with Doreen Andoh on the cosmopolitan mix on Joy FM, she mentioned that “the bloggers twist everything and sometimes when you read the headlines it has nothing to do with the story itself.”

When asked if she has ever tried suing somebody, she said “I tried to, but the process is so cumbersome so you just have to let it go, so now I have to fight back or my PR guy will maybe put a statement out, but I am not controversial at all”

She also denied news circulating that she is in a relationship with young artist Miyaki.

She said “It’s so sad, it’s not true, he is seventeen years old and I have a son of his age in high school. It’s impossible that I will date him. The thing is Zeal of VVIP wrote a song for me and at a point we were hanging out a lot and Miyaki was always with him and I thought he was cool so I invited him home to hang out with my kids and we took a picture.

“I wasn’t even thinking, I was in my bedroom and he came to say mummy I’m leaving and I told him to come and let’s take a picture, which I shared on my social media page which people have a different perception about now, I can’t even support the guys carrier, because he is out with a new single that I would love to share freely on my page but I don’t want it to be sidelined because of Mzbel,” she stressed.

Mzbel rose into the limelight with her hit song ‘16 years’

Her controversial lyrics paired with her sex appeal on stage was hailed by the Ghanaian youth.

Her album “Awoso Me’ broke barriers by selling more copies than any female hip-life musician in Ghana.

The title song “Awoso Me” saw Mzbel take home the “New Artist of the Year Award” at the Music of Ghana Awards in Italy and was used for a Guinness campaign for a period of one year.

By: Pamela A. Allotey

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