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YOU USED TO BE ON MY PAYROLL, NEVER MENTION ME IN YOUR INTERVIEWS – Mzbel warns Zionfelix

Singer and entrepreneur, Mzbel claims she has ignored Ghanaian blogger Zionfelix’s repeated attempts to publicly disparage her brand in his interviews for years.

Zion received a final warning from Mzbel to stop bringing up her name in interviews when he sits with people who she is probably not in good terms with her during a Facebook live on Saturday, March 11.

Actress Afia Schwarzenegger, in an interview with Zionfelix, called Mzbel names and also took the chance to once again attack her. Afia resurrected past stories about Mzbel and tagged her as a “cheap” woman due to their longstanding misunderstanding.

The singer who was displeased with the comments blamed Zionfelix for bringing her name up in his latest YouTube interview, adding that the blogger only cares about increasing his viewership.

On the account of Mzbel, she has never wronged the popular blogger who used to be on her payroll, however he seizes every opportunity to use the Mzbel brand in promoting his content regardless of the damage it does to her.

“How could you have interviewed Afia Schwarzenegger considering the insults she rained on you? She disrespected and said bitter things about the mother of your child, Mina. You came out crying and promised never to interview her but because you want to live a lifestyle you can’t afford, you are here going against your words.

“You used to be on my payroll…You had to mention my name just to get views just for money. Why are you like that, why do you keep doing that?…you don’t value relationships…I don’t want to say much about you because I respect the mother of your child, Mina…when you had nothing, it was Mina who was supporting you…did I ever offend you? Afia wouldn’t have insulted me if you never asked her questions about me,” the singer lamented.

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