- Mugabe Maase has warned Tracey Boakye and Mzbel over their beef
- According to the NDC man, their behaviour is denting the image of the party
- In a broadcast on radio, Mugabe also threatened the lives of the two
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NDC supporter and radio presenter, Mugabe Maase, has sent a strong warning to Kumawood actress, Tracey Boakye, and singer, Mzbel, over their beef.
Tracey Boakye and Mzbel, both well-known supporters of the NDC, got engaged in a fierce banter on social media a few days ago.
In many videos they released, the two rained insults and made very damning revelations about each other.
From their videos, it was clear that Tracey and Mzbel were fighting over a rich married man (sugar daddy) they were both dating.
Later events have suggested that the sugar daddy they are fighting over is a top NDC official.
Following recent revelations by Gloria Kani, a one-time friend of Tracey Boakye, the search has even been narrowed to the topmost echelons NDC.
The situation between Tracey Boakye and Mzbel has brought the NDC party into disrepute and Mugabe Masse is not pleased with it.
Speaking on his show on Power FM on Thursday, August 13, 2020, described the beef between the two as a ‘worry the NDC’.
Addressing the two ladies who he referred to as slay queens, Mugabe warned the two to stop their foolishness.
“You are worrying us. You these girls, this is your last time. Foolish girls, I would deal with you. We would make sure you die. If you have started having sex don’t come and worry us," a report YEN.com.gh sighted on Ghanacelebirites.com quoted him as saying.
Meanwhile, Tracey Boakye has reacted to her suspension by the Film Producers Association Ghana (FIPAG).
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Tuesday, August 11, 2020, the actress laughed off the news of her suspension.
FIPAG announced an indefinite suspension for the actress who doubles as a movie producer.
The suspension of Tracey was announced in a statement signed by FIPAG's president, James Aboagye.
According to the statement which was sighted by YEN.com.gh, the decision stems from recent developments involving the actress and singer, Mzbel.
But according to Tracey, she has never been part of FIPAG and thus found it amusing that they will just jump to such a decision.
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