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ABEIKU SANTANA SABOTAGED ME; HE OPPOSED MY DEAL WITH ECG – Mzbel Rants

Abeiku Santana has been accused of sabotaging Ghanaian female singer Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah, better known as Mzbel, in order for her to lose a business deal with the Electricity Company of Ghana.

Abeiku Santana and Mzbel appear to have argued over a remark made by the radio host during his show.

When talking about the new song “Asibolanga,” which she has not yet released, Abeiku referred to Mzbel as a former musician.

Mzbel revealed that Abeiku Santana has never liked her since she refused to be an asslicker and have a romantic and amorous relationship with her during an Instagram live video.

Reacting to the comment of the radio presenter, Mzbel said,

“I had decided not to address this issue but Tornado has commented on it and it is about Abeiku Santana…I was sent a video that captured Abeiku saying negative things about me when a singer expressed his desire to do a song with me.

“I won’t say that I am the best musician but I still make songs. No matter what you think, at least some people love my songs. I have been doing music for about 18 years. Abeiku is one of the few people who have sabotaged me, backbit me, and turn around to smile at me. He acts as if he supports me,” Mzbel disclosed in a Facebook live video.

“He will sabotage you if you don’t suck up to him or include him on your team. He will sabotage you to the bone.”

“I remember back in the day, my team and I drafted a proposal to the ECG to campaign against illegal connections. They accepted it and pledged their support. I received a call from one of their high offices…Abeiku drove from his house to go question why ECG authorities selected me instead of big artists like Sarkodie, and the likes of Yvonne Nelson.

“He told them that I wasn’t good enough. He had the worst things to say about me. The person who gave me the tip-off is a big man, he told me everything words for word,” she said.

 

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