Mzbel Did All Her Best To Make This Valentine A Remarkable One
By Ghanashowbiz | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 0 views
The only Ghanaian musician who touts herself as the "goddess of Ghana music", Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah, popularly known as Mzbel, has been in the news for a while and everything points to the fact that she is interested in cruising on controversies.
Mzbel as a GhanaianHiplife artist who is known for her controversial traits, has been around for close to two decades.
Referred to as the Sweet 16 female, Mzbel has always played profane music and followed it up with controversial comments that are sure to get her fans reacting and/or talking.
The talented actress, TV/ radio personality and Castro Under Fire's bestie has come a long way and she is indeed prepared to stay relevant all the time.
How steady she appeared on her recent live video to mark her Valentine Day moment sent romantic signals to all her followers and this has become a topic for discussion for a while now.
What is your favourite move from Mzbel? Kindly share your thoughts with via the comment section below.
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