Ghanaian artist Mzbel claims that her management has never encouraged her political involvement on social media while she was at the height of her musical career.
She remarked that whenever she tried to defend herself by making controversial remarks, she usually found herself misunderstood and the target of public shaming, which she didn’t like.
The performer said she has now learned from her mistakes and now consults with the management group before acting.
Speaking in an interview with JoyPrime TV which 1Family radio monitored.
I collaborate with a team. They have never backed any of that [outburst on social media]. But when I’m at home, I just don’t want to listen; I just want to talk back.
I want people to hear my truth, my side of the story,” she continued. I want to express it, but every time I do, I risk being misinterpreted or saying the wrong thing. Never has my team been in support. I never sought their advice or anything, but now I am. I’m an adult woman.
She went on to say that she does not regret her public outbursts or rants, but that the experience she has gained has improved her as a mentor and knowledge-transmitter.
No, I don’t regret anything because I learned a lot from that, so I would say that. I am now able to mentor young girls. not only little girls. In an interview with JoyPrime TV, she claimed, “I can mentor anybody in the part of the music when it comes to this dance.”