Mzbel recently released a video where she described opposition leader and flagbearer of the New Patriotic party, Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo Addo, as someone who is just not a Presidential material and is bound to be defeated for the third time. This statement did not go down well with aspiring Parliamentarian and showbiz personality Diamond Appiah who took to social media to lauch a reaction. Below is an extract of what Diamond wrote in reaction to Mzbel’s video;
That I can’t stop laughing moment when an Expired PROSTITUTE and PORN STAR MATERIAL decides to DISRESPECT the Most ELOQUENT, COMPETENT AND THE ONLY ELIGIBLE PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE on the Presidential Ballot Paper NANA AKUFFO ADDO. Does this Semi illiterate James town twart really know the Qualities of a Presidential Candidate? Your mates are contesting for Parliament in 2016 n ur busy shouting JM tuaso with no business to show after 15 years of music n a dead musical career during the Mahama administration. Your shouting JM tuaso in a Rented apartment at Gbawe n driving an old car registered in 2013 when ur mates r counting houses n cars in 2016. Your mates are busy running their own businesses and your hopping from office to office looking for clients to patronize ur expired goods n your still shouting JM tuaso. Haaahaaaaaahaaaa madam old cargo everybody knows your broke n desperately looking for money from the NDC to pay your rent, feed your fatherless child n possibly change that old piece of scrap ur driving. Nana Akuffo Addo is not your father’s classmate for u to disrespect in that manner. Even that adulterous president with multiple children outside his marriage is nothing compared to the Most Eligible Presidential Candidate Nana Akuffo Addo. So go n look for a job for ur lazy ass n stop following Ndc for Coins. Fellow Ghanaians, If people like ‘these’ are the kind endorsing Mahama n Insulting Nana Akuffo Addo who can feed her entire Generation at Jamestown then u certainly know who to vote for.#Go out n vote massively for Nana Akuffo Addo #Hi 5 ???
By: Samuel Nyarko