We all enjoyed her music at some point in time due to the content it carried.
Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah popularly known as Mzbel has not taken it lightly with the President of the Creative Arts Council, Mark Okraku Mantey, for calling her music craft irrelevant in the entertainment industry.
In a phone-in interview with Andy Dosty on Daybreak Hitz, the 16 years hitmaker fumed her anger on Okraku Mantey for his constant criticisms of her songs to the extent of making her lose out on an award some years back.
According to Mzbel, his position in the industry makes him take advantage to ridicule artists.
“He sat on radio and said I am not relevant and I trigger people to insult me to stay relevant. And it makes me cry and my children don’t like it. People take advantage of airtime to diss people. If he insults me I will insult him back, I swear. Over the years, he had upper hands. He told people not to vote for me when I sang my 16 years song…”
“He made me lost the award and I didn’t have any platform then. The song won an award in the UK, Italy and Okraku made me lose it in Ghana. I never look up to him because he is irresponsible. You don’t take advantage because you have airtime. I didn’t apologize because he is irresponsible and he knows that…” she said to Andy Dosty.
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