Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah known in showbiz circles as Mzbel has rubbished curses rained on her by some Ga traditional priestesses from Nae-We shrine at James Town.
The said curses were invoked by the priestesses after the singer allegedly described their shrine as fraudulent.
According to reports, the ’16’ years hitmaker, said the shrine failed her many months after she sought their service consulting them to help her deal with an issue she paid them for.
“I paid a sum of ¢2,000 to Nae-We shrine to settle a case for me. Many months passed but nothing was happening. Anytime I ask them they tell me they are on it.
“When I go for interviews and they ask me about the issue, I tell them the truth and warn the public that the Nae-We cannot be trusted. They took my money for a case I presented to them and couldn’t give me Justice,” she disclosed.
Mzbel said she doesn’t care about the curses invoked on her by the shrine as she describes them as ridiculous.
“I don,t care about the curses they imposed on me because whatever happened was just concert and drama,” she added
She further said that she trusts the gods are wise enough to judge her innocence.
Meanwhile, the group of traditional priestesses are reported to have stormed the Awudome cemetery to invoke more curses on Mzbel.
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