Controversial Ghanaian singer and songwriter, Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah popularly known as Mzbel, has opened up on why she initially did not want to give birth.
The 35-year-old singer in a facebook post on Wednesday afternoon said that ‘once upon a time’, she did not intend to have a child because she was scared of not being able to get what she calls a ‘s*xy figure’ back after giving birth.
Her post was accompanied with hash tags; #Mzbelmusic, #sayNoToIllegalConnection, etc—which clearly depicts how she wants give the Electricity Company of Ghana and its partners good value for their money as they are sponsoring her to educate people on the need to conserve energy.
Known for her anti theist beliefs that the birth of Jesus Christ was a fiction; one of the hash tags which seemed to have caused a stir was #GodOfIsrael, which pushed a facebook user, Nana Kobina Addo, to ask the singer if she believes in Christ—a comment to which the singer is yet to respond to as at press time.
In her own words: “Once upon a time I didn’t want to have a child cos I was so scared of not being able to loose the baby fat but thanx to @anitaboulevard constant blackmail and threats I gave motherhood and try, now two and half years down the lane voila am back to being a skinny b*tch and the joy of having my own child is priceless. ❤❤ #Mzbel #MzbelMusic #TeamHashem #GodOfIsrael #SayNoToIllegalConnection #KeepGhanaClean #SeductiveFriday #BeLAndTheCity #ShikoMe #MzbelBaybeee.”