A Ghanaian female hip life artiste Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah popular known as Myzbel says not everything the public hears about “celebs” is true.
The songstress said, “Sometimes the bad things said about us really affects us. We even get depressed when we hear them”. According to her, most at times those negative things we hear about them are speculations so we should try and find the truth before we insult and draw negative conclusions about them.
The female musician said this, in an interview on pink FM’s Sunday omotuo special with the host P fresh.
Myzbel, known in private life as Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah is the last born of seven girls. She was born on 26 September 1979 in Accra to Mr. Amoah an engineer and the late Agnes Nyarko. She grew up in James town a suburb in Accra.
Since 2004, Myzbel has dominated the female hip life scene. Her debut album “awoso me” broke barriers by selling more copies than any female hip life musician in Ghana. She has four albums, seven music videos and two singles.
Her controversial lyrics paid with her sex appeal on stage has been a major “hot cake” with the Ghanaian youth. One cannot deny her ability to put forward the worries and burdens of the youth.
source: Beatrice Ehwieda/pinkfmonlinegh.com