Musician Mzbel is one talent who started off quite earlier. She is, at least, noted for attracting men via her seductive dressing and profane lyrical contents. Her “16 years” crooner was one song that ushered ‘baaaaaaaad mood’ into Ghana’s musical circles (around Takoradi vicinity). Her collaboration with the late Castro Under Fire (or he is coming back one of these days) was one of the things that lit the moments in the Western Region back in the days. Young party guys enjoyed their tracks in all the busy centers – Market Circle, Vienna City, and others.
There was no party boys attended without calling on the DJ to drop our one and only songstress’ tune. Mzbel was quite revered back in the day. Perhaps, her bad girl tag did the magic for a while until her father’s profession as a clergyman started putting people off. After all, how can a pastor’s daughter be this Jezebel-like? Well, the bottom line is that she entertained us back in the days and she deserves some accolades.
Mzbel’s recent involvements with the main opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has come under the radar and it’s no more a hidden matter. Even though her “Papa No” tantrum with Tracy Boakye and Gloria Kani has neutralized, her (Mzbel) full support for former President John Dramani Mahama is worth some commendations. Regardless of the fact that some link Mzbel ’emotionally’ to the predecessor of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, her contributions on Facebook, Twitter, IG, and other platforms can never be swept under the carpet.
Could she be holding a high portfolio in the party that we aren’t aware of? If so, then she has all the right to do what she’s doing now and even more! On the contrary, if she is just a common member of the NDC, then she might be crying more than the bereaved in my candid opinion.No tags for this post.