Don't Bleed Over This- Mzbel Blasts Haters As She Reinstates Her Position In Ghana Music Industry
By BallpointMedia | self meida writer
Published 16 days ago - 260 views
Controversial musician and songwriter Mzbel has made her position clear in the Ghana music industry and even google have proven that it is true. After much argument days ago on social media about who should be considered as the Goddess of Ghana music, many Ghanaians were confused due to the vibrant amount of female artistes we have in the country. Like Wendy Shay, Eno Barony, Efya etc.
Mzbel born Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah, a Ghanaian Hiplife artist. Known for her controversial traits has come up to show that she is the real Goddess of Ghana music as even google has carried it.
She went online to google ‘Who is the goddess of Ghana music? ’ and to the surprise of many in Ghana, it was her name that was boldly written ‘Mzbel’.
We also went as far as confirming it on google and exactly what she saw, was what we saw on google as well. This has proven that her position as the goddess of Ghana music is undisputed.
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