I am very interested in flashing out the father of Mzbel’s son, Aaron so that at least, as you mentioned, the child will be able to comfortably wish him ‘Happy Father’s Day’ when he is of age. Mzbel cannot deny the child this right because of her mess.
Considering what is at stake, I think this should become a national exercise and every Ghanaian must start searching their backyards to see if that man will be found there. We can even ask for a DNA test from all the men in Ghana.
But these Ghanaian celebrities have external clients in Nigeria and other places so I don’t think the above will really help a lot.
I was going to suggest that finding the father of a child is damn easy. Just check the child’s surname and bingo; the father is there. Here, this is of no use, the surname is no surname.
Now, since the DNA and surname approach wouldn’t work, Mzbel should have been a little smarter. I know her antics over the years have shown that she is not that smart but she could have just pushed a little bit with this.
Instead of going for Kofi Amoabeng as the father of her child obviously because of his money, she should have thought about saving her face and the future of her baby by just saying, Castro De Destroyer is the father.
Now, can you Chris-Vincent push Castro to come out and deny this?
I will say, your constant mentioning of Amoabeng’s name as Mzbel’s child’s father must have pissed him off so he came out to clear his name.
For Castro, I swear he wouldn’t have come out. Mzbel in the past dated Castro so this would have been a cool move.
Now, it’s all screwed up so if she attempts to say Castro is the father, the musician’s parents will come out and say; NO NO, our son is not responsible.
Mr. Chris, Good luck trying to find what is not there and Good luck to Mzbel too for her next pick. It better not be my husband.
Joanna Owusu Asare/ Accra
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