- Singer Mzbel has revealed that she is now practicing African spirituality after coming out from several religions
- The ’16 Years’ hitmaker disclosed that she has practiced religions such as Christianity, Hare Krishna and Judaism.
- Her fans on reading the post advised Mzbel to join some other religions and churches other than practicing her current African spirituality
Popular Ghanaian musician Mzbel known Nana Ekua Amoah has made known her new religion after hovering around three other religions.
According to the singer who is currently working as a radio presenter, she is now practicing African Spirituality after moving from Christianity, Judaism and Hare Krishna.
In an Instagram post sighted by YEN.com.gh, Mzbel revealed her soul-searching journey on religion and spirituality.
“From Christianity to Hare Krishna then back to Christianity, move on to Judaism then kemet now African spirituality,” the inscription on the photo read.
After posting the inscription that revealed the number of religions she has ever been into, Mzbel captioned it, “My soul searching journey so far…”
Her fans, on reading the post, advised her in the comment section to join some other religions and churches:
@mistakenly_handsome suggested Mzbel should listen to a Christian sermon: “@mzbeldaily u will soon move back to Christianity…try listen to Geno Jennings sermon just once…if it doesn’t help then nothing can.”
@djjcuehighspirit urged Mzbel to join the Adventist church: “@mzbeldaily try Adventist waiii! It would be your last stop.”
@rozayadamson asked Mzbel if she had tried Islam: “Tried Islam too?”
@israelnasemon quizzed why she had to try such numerous religions: “Why change from one to another?
In relation to religious comments, Mzbel had once said that she does not believe in the story of Jesus Christ.
Meanwhile, she was in the news recently after claiming that her former friend Afia Schwar loves to seek unnecessary attention.
Mzbel recalled that when she was a friend to Afia Schwar, the comedienne did funny things to attract attention to them anytime they were hanging out.
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