‘How Am I Disrespecting Someone’s Husband When I Am Minding My Business’?- Mzbel Defends Herself On Her Despicable Comment On McBrown’s Husband

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Berlinda Akuamoah aka Mzbel is at it again—she says no one should condemn her for only answering a question she was asked during an interview and this has everything to do with the comments she passed on actress Nana Ama McBrown’s husband, Maxwell Mensah.

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According to her, all she did was to answer a question thrown at her during an interview and if they respected her enough, they would not have asked any intimate question about Maxwell so no one should chastise her for that.

“If they (interviewers) think that my answers will hurt somebody, they shouldn’t ask me at all. So they were expecting no comments. They should say the ‘No comment’ in their heads and not ask me because if you ask me, I know that you want to know,” she expressed.


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On how her answer was disrespectful McBrown’s marriage, she told MzGee that she is just minding her own business and could not be insulting towards anyone’s marriage.

How am I disrespecting someone’s husband when I am minding my business? Suddenly, it is out there that I and this boy used to hangout. I gave honest answers, I did not insult him.

“The people asking me the question if they respect them they won’t ask me. The people will get any answers they want to hear. I don’t provide harmful answers.”

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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