Ghanaian female artiste Mzbel is a force in the music industry.Her unique vocals has greatly distinguished her from other artistes in the country.Her hit single "16years" is still being jammed to by many people across the world.She currently manages young artists in her Bel Records Music Label
However she is in the news today after she made certain statements in the media space.Speaking on Bryt Extra, she said "People meet me in town and expect to see my stage clothes, many don't understand my job".
Mzbel futher detailed that she wears high fashioned clothes when she is performing on big stages across the country but goes back to being a regular woman with normal clothes right after that.She also said that most of her fans do not comprehend showbusiness hence they always feel disappointed when she comes across as too basic on any given day
We wish the legendary singer the best of luck and hopefully she continues to make Ghana proud
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