TV host Stacy Amoateng, in celebration of the third anniversary of her Christian TV show, has reflected on the past experiences she went through while producing the show.
Restoration with Stacy, is a Christian discussion program produced by Stacy and her husband, former hiplife artiste, Okyeame Quophi.
Stacy in a post via her Instagram page, disclosed her show had come with its challenges, pains, tears and betrayal, from people who had tried to paint her image black.
“I was hurt , I was broken and as much as I said it was okay, I wasn't okay. For the first time in 3 years I am talking about this because I have finally gotten over it. I never spoke I didn't want to say things I couldn't take back,” Stacy wrote.
At the end of her post, she dropped the final word where she stated that she has forgiven Mzbel.
This declaration comes two years after a public fight between Mzbel and Stacy, which later involved her husband Quophi.
Singer Mzbel was invited to an interview on the Restoration show, where Stacy during the interview, asked Mzbel if she believed in Jesus Christ, to which she responded in the negative.
The singer’s comments on Christianity caused massive backlash from the public, as Mzbel recounted how she was insulted and tagged with various scathing remarks.
In her defense, Mzbel said Stacy knew about her religious beliefs and after the interview, was asked to edit her 'Jesus' comment from the interview, but she did not do so.
Mzbel thus used her platforms to accuse Stacy and her husband of using her comments to promote their show, an accusation that led to a public verbal attack between both parties.
Stacy and Quophi denied Mzbel’s accusations, calling her a liar who forced them to invite her onto their show.
On the other hand, Mzbel emerged in a video and rained curses on them, saying they would meet their sad end like Ananias and Sapphira of the New Testament for their misrepresentation of her comment.
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