Singer and songwriter, Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah, who performs under the stage name Mzbel, has lashed out at President of the Creative Arts Council of Ghana, Mark Okraku Mantey, describing him as “irresponsible”.
Mzbel, who has constantly shown her hatred for Okraku Mantey indicated that she does not understand why the celebrated showbiz critic labelled her smash hit ’16 years’ as profane song when the song rather preaches against child abuse.
“I have said something sensible so base your argument on the song and say even if this girl is a prostitute, she has made a sensible song”, she told Abieku Santana on UTV’s ATUU show.
She went on to add more insults to injury on why she doesn’t like the Programmes manager at Hitz FM.
“I don’t like him because he’s a bad person, back in the days they were the only people who had access to radio and TVs and he used that against me.”
Mzbel added,“He went on to say I’m not hitting because I do stupid things to step on people’s toes and I enjoy it when people insult me because it makes me relevant so I also insulted him so that we will see if he will be relevant based on insults and whether it won’t hurt, he’s irresponsible with his utterances,”