- Mzbel has sent a birthday message to John Mahama, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) flagbearer
- She referred to him as “Mr. President” and used praying hands, and love emojis
- Fans have commented on the post with some criticising Mzbel for her choice of words
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Popular Ghanaian singer, Mzbel, has got some Ghanaians talking with her birthday wish and message to former president John Mahama.
Mzbel shared a beautiful photo of Mahama on her Facebook wall, referring to him as “Mr. President” while she wished him well.
She also made use of praying hands emojis, and love emojis showing how deeply she treasures her friendship with Mahama.
The post has triggered massive responses from fans and they have let their opinions known about it.
Charles, for instance, wrote that Mzbel was very poor in his birthday wish, and wrote that perhaps, she was observing protocols in waiting for Lordina Mahama to wish Mahama first before she does:
Linda Owusu wrote that Mzbel is a strong woman and that only a few will understand her:
Habiba was offended that Mzbel referred to Mahama as “Mr. President” in her wish:
Blankson had a similar opinion:
Pompeo was not happy about that too:
Charles wrote again calling Mzbel a “fearoo”, saying that she should have referred to Mahama as “husband” in the post than Mr. President:
Meanwhile, the criticisms come from the social media fight between Mzbel and Tracey Boakye over one NDC sugar daddy they were dating.
The sugar daddy, who later came to be known as Papa No, was mentioned as John Mahama, according to the outspoken New Patriotic Party (NPP) MP, Kennedy Agyapong.
Agyapong has, however, made a U-turn on his earlier revelation about how Tracey Boakye blackmailed Mahama to get houses from him.
He has claimed that he was simply joking about the whole accusations, stressing that Boakye’s responses are what blew the issue out of proportion.
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