‘Scared’ Mzbel reacts after Nae-We priests cursed her at a cemetery

Ghanaian adept songstress and business entrepreneur Belinda Nana Akua Amoah widely known as Mzbel has finally retaliated to the attacks from some traditional leaders of Ga.

The relentless spiritual attacks by these Ga Traditional fetish priests (Nae We) began when the songstress accused them of defrauding her on the UTV showbiz program hosted by Nana Ama Mcbrown.

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Since then, some traditional women of the Nae We counsel took to the streets of Accra to invoke curses on her for defaming and discrediting their gods on a public platform.

On January 26, 2021, Mzbel posted a recorded video of some Ga women in their traditional wear, cursing her at a cemetery.

Mzbel who from her caption accompanying the video seemed terrified argued that that the Gods are wise enough to close their eyes and ears to their flimsy curses.

The mother of three believes that the people in GA traditional area are bold enough to seek justice for the oppressed, speak for the voiceless and defend the weak ones.

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Therefore, she urged them to channel their efforts into something useful than engaging in a shameful discourse.

She wrote that

“My people, this is not who we are as Gas. We fight for justice and We are the voice of the voiceless! How did we get here?! This is not what Nae-we stands for!”

She wrote this on her Facebook page, dated January 26, 2021.

Check out her reaction below: