- Mzbel has posted a photo indicating that she has lost a set of unborn twin kids.
- She added in a caption that she was pained because she would never have the chance to hold the babies in her arms
- It is yet to be known if the babies are Mzbel's or someone she knows
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Multiple award-winning singer Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah, famed as Mzbel, has made a social media post to the effect that she has lost a set of unborn twins prematurely.
In a post the singer made on Instagram and sighted by YEN.com.gh, Mzbel indicated that the twins could not make it as they passed away before they were born.
After posting a photo of a pregnancy scan showing two separate bodies, the singer expressed her pain and sorrow over the loss.
"You never arrived in my arms, but you will never leave my heart. 24/10/2020"
If the post is anything to go by, then the date there being today's date, marks the day she got to know or was informed of the unfortunate news.
It may also be probable that the date there would have been the date on which she was due to put to birth but it was not meant to be.
After making the post, Mzbel decided to turn off the comment section so as not to be triggered into mourning even the more while reading comments from those who would want to commiserate with her.
It is also yet to be ascertained if the news of the loss was related to Mzbel herself or it was the fact that she was mourning with someone.
Prior to the post, Mzbel had not made any post to indicate that she was expecting.
In other news, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that multiple award-winning Ghanaian gospel star, Joe Mettle, has mesmerized his teeming fans and followers with a new photo which saw him beaming with smiles.
The photo sighted by YEN.com.gh saw the God Of Wonders crooner looking very sharply dressed in his African print attire.
Joe Mettle sported his masterclass smile as he posed for the camera for this particular photo.
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