Mzbel says she loves Sarkodie for the single fact that he is business-minded and has mastered his craft.
In light of that love, she has thrown her weight behind the Tema-based rapper and has asked Kuami Eugene to shut up already.
Speaking in an interview, Mzbel said she has had it with Kuami Eugene making it look like Sarkodie forced him to record the Happy Day song with him.
She says he could have gotten out anytime when he realized that the song was intended for a campaign song because the song had not been released yet but he stayed and waited for it to be out only to go around claiming Sarkodie fooled hin.
“Right now, it is not the Label that is talking. It is Kuami Eugene that is talking. So, if he can talk now, he could have spoken then . . . If they were giving him a drug and he didn’t like it, would he say the Record Label says so and so he will take it . . . So, it means you knew about it and yet you joined it. Because if you say you found out on the day of the video shoot, you could have opted out.”
Following the release of the Happy Day song, Kuami Eugene claimed he had no idea the song was for the NPP when he sent his verse and only found out later which ultimately means she could have said no to the whole song as at that time. The very point Mzbel is trying to make.
“. . if he can talk now, then he could have spoken that he didn’t like it. It wasn’t too late; it’s not out. So, he could have said he didn’t like it; it will affect me. If the Record Label was forcing you, your parents are there. People are there.
“The management of the Record Label are humans. They can’t force you to take a drug to kill yourself because you’ve signed with them. So, if you saw how the video shoot went and you kept mute for us to finish the video shoot, you can’t talk now. You can’t say that Sarkodie deceived you.”