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Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah, popularly known as Mzbel, is a Ghanaian Hiplife artist. Known for her controversial traits, Mzbel has always played controversial music, and followed it up with controversial comments that are sure to get her fans talking.
Mzbel was born on December 26,1979 in Accra to Albert A. Amoah, an engineer and Agnes Nyarko. She is the last-born of seven children. She grew up in the ghettoes of James Town and Mallam and started her schooling at Wisdom Preparatory and Morning Star schools. She attended Abuakwa State College where she completed her Senior High School.
A few days ago, Ghanaian musician Mzbel shed tears in a live video as she shared a painful story of how her son John left her for the biological mother. Mzbel catered for John for the past 19 years and unfortunately has lost him to his biological mother with any problem at all.
Just recently, Mzbel has revealed that a lady called Ewura Ajoa also did the same thing to her. She catered for Ewura Ajoa from childhood to the time she completed tertiary education. Ewura Adjoa left Mzbel bitterly after she received her first salary after her National Service.
Checkout some popped up photos of Ewura Ajoa;
Mzbel has faced the same problem twice. What will be your advice to her? Leave your comment in the comments box below. Like and share to families and friends.
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