- Singer Mzbel has denied claims by Tracey Boakye that she (Mzbel) has grey hair in her pubic areas
- The Kumawood actress made the claim during her infamous beef with Mzbel over a sugar daddy
- But according to Mzbel, there is no grey hair on any part of her body as being claimed
- In a video from her recent interview, Mzbel got up to remove her shorts in a bid to prove she was speaking the truth
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Ghanaian singer, Mzbel, known in private life as Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah, has responded to claims by Tracey Boakye that she (Mzbel) has grey hair in her nether regions.
Mzbel and Tracey Boakye, 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.
In one of her videos, Tracey claimed the man at the centre of their controversy had left Mzbel because she was too old.
According to Tracey, the man had told her that Mzbel had grey hair in her pubic areas and was thus unattractive for him.
But in an interview on Peace FM on Saturday, August 15, 2020, Mzbel has denied the claim and laughed it off.
According to the 16 Years hitmaker, she has no grey hair on her body not to talk of her pubic area as being peddled around.
To prove her point, Mzbel removed her wig to show her braided natural hair in a video from the interview.
That did not convince some people in the studio who still doubted it leading Mzbel to get up unbutton her jean shorts in a bit to show them how the hair looked.
Mzbel's move surprised many people around it got them shouting for her to stop midway through the attempt strip down.
Meanwhile, Mzbel has revealed that she will stay away from anything that has to do with her political party, the National Democratic Congress (NDC).
Speaking in the same interview, Mzble noted that she is still a member of the NDC but has decided not to post anything about her dear party on social media from henceforth.
She explained that she does not want anybody to come on her timeline to insult any politician or elderly person in her space.
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