Mzbel Officially Launches The Name of Her Social Media Followers in Her Facebook post.
By KojoGh_News | self meida writer
Published 29 days ago - 90 views
Every institution or organization has a name for its members or workers. These names serve as unique identity that bond and separate a group of people from the masses. Your identity will always determine your root.
In the entertainment industry, famous Ghanaian musicians like Shatta Wale, Sarkodie, Stonbwoy and others have special names for their followers or supporters. For instance, Sarkodie has Sark Nation, Stonebwoy has Bhim Nation, Shatta Wale has Shatta Movement and Wendy Shay has Shay Gang.
However, Patapaa, Hajia 4 Real, Emelia Brobbey and others are yet to launch the name of their followers.
Today, February 4, 2021 the controversial musician, radio hostess and entrepreneur, Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah popularly known in the entertainment industry as Mzbel, official launched the name of her followers in her Facebook post.
She now calls her followers on social media platforms as “Mzbelivers”.
It literally means that those who believe in Mzbel aspirations and personality.
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