Mzbel, Ghanaian singer who was ridiculed after the 2016 general elections for supporting former president Mahama and making bile statements about the leading opposition leader has said in an interview that she will not apologise for the statements she made.
The “16 years” hit maker said in radio interview that she was entitled to her opinion and she was not ready to apologise for statements she made during the election campaign.
“I am an artiste and I supported the NDC, I supported JM and you supported NPP and Nana Addo and you won. You should be celebrating and move on instead of raining insults on me,” she said.
She added that there was a better way to have addressed the situation instead of abusing her on social media.
Mzbel is also of the belief that the people who abuse her are not true NPP supporters because the true NPP supporters are busy thinking of ways to build the nation.