Mzbel explains why she has put on hold NDC campaign

Mzbel explains why she has put on hold NDC campaign

Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah, popularly known as Mzbel has revealed that she will stay away from anything that has to do with her political party, the NDC.

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Speaking on Peace FM’s Entertainment Review Show on Saturday, August 15, 2020, the 16 Years hitmaker noted that she is still a member of the National Democratic Congress but has decided not to post anything about her dear party on social media from henceforth.

She explained that she doesn’t want anybody to come on her timeline to insult any politician or elderly person in her space.

Mzbel explains why she has put on hold NDC campaign

Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah, popularly known as Mzbel. Source: Instagram/Mzbel
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According to Mzbel, anytime she posts anything about the NDC people come insulting her and also respected persons in the party.

“I am NDC, and nothing can change that. I have also decided not to be part of the campaign.”

“I don’t want to create a platform that somebody will come and insult any politician on my page,” she noted.

Mzbel and actress Tracey Boakye have been beefing over an unnamed politician/man on social media.

Tracy Boakye alleged that the man at the centre of their beef had lamented that Mzbel had grey hair all over her body.

She also abused Mzbel verbally.

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But Ghanaians came to the defense of Mzbel for the very first time and rebuked Tracey for being childish.

Mzbel however, has debunked all the allegations made by Tracey, including the one about the former president.

Mzbel rose to fame after releasing a song titled Sixteen Years in the early 2000s.

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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ghanaian musician, Barima Sidney, has waded into the beef between Tracey Boakye and Mzbel by releasing a controversial song for the duo.

The Hiplife musician is known for releasing controversial songs on trending and hot issues in society, and he has just done that with his new song titled Papa No.

The phrase or expression has become the catchword in Ghana and on social media following the beef between the Kumawood actress Tracey Boakye and musician Mzbel.

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