MzBel appears to be having a hard time to be herself on social media as it looks like she is the most suffering Showbiz personality who got involved in politics by campaigning for the NDC and John Mahama in the past elections.
Talking to Berla Mundi on Rythmz Live, the “16 Years” singer revealed that she receives verbal assault on anything she posts on social media even as at now that the campaign has ended and there is a new President.
Mzbel described herself and what she faces now by saying that ” I kind of annoy people now“. Explaining why, she lamented ” that’s why I post nice pictures with very nice nice captions encouraging people yet the next minute you see so many comments and you are like Oh My God comments - you go and check and they are all insults”.
MzBel who just released a new song “slowly” agreed that the insults are coming from her involvement in politics but she doesn’t know why people should harshly come after her like that since she never attacked nor insulted anyone.
Detailing her plights, she also disclosed how she has lost support and sponsorships from organizations that previously supported her projects.
“I have lost a lot of support and sponsorship … like nobody wants to be tagged with a political party, so you are out there people are upset with you and say things like - you will affect our brand so we can’t work with you for now … they say it in a nice way but ”
The rumoured girlfriend of UT Boss also stated that she can’t handle any Ministerial Post and that she will even decline the offer as such when it comes her way. Still hinting on her social media abuse she said she considered quitting social media totally and that’s how come she once deleted all her posts on her Instagram page and unfollowed everyone as well.
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