Check out Mzbel’s attitude and definition of naked pictures

Ghanaian musician, Mzbel, has come out with the definition of what a naked picture is stating her stance on those who take naked pictures.

 

Mzbel, known in private terms as Belinda  Nana Ekua Amoah mentioned in an interview on Cape Coast-based Kastle Fm that she sees nothing wrong with anyone who takes naked pictures.

 

Mzbel endorses naked pictures

Mzbel, Ghanaian musician

 

According to Mzbel, naked pictures depends on how people view and interpret and as a result, she doesn’t really care if someone displays those pictures on social media.

 

“As for me, honestly, I have nothing against anyone taking naked pictures and putting them on social media. It depends on how the person took the picture and us to determine that it is a naked picture” she explained.

 

The “16 years” hitmaker also explained that per the definition of the word naked, not all pictures that reveal some sensitive parts can be described as a nude or naked picture but she is surprised things have now changed.

 

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“As for me what I know is that if we say someone is naked then it means that the person is not wearing any clothes, but if some parts of the body are covered it doesn’t mean that the person is naked. Unfortunately, it looks like things are changing now” she added.

 

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A few months ago, Mzbel was under the spotlight when she was alleged to have been cursed by some members of the Ga Traditional priest fraternity over her comments on an alleged case of fraudulent activities against the “Ga Spiritual caucus”.

 

Regardless of the situation, she had on many occasions stated that she was not scared nor does she care about the curses that were imposed on her at Abeka Junction, a suburb of Accra just opposite the famous “Ship house building” because she felt she was innocent.

 

According to the “Ade deede” crooner, she was asked to pay an amount of GH¢2,000 as the fee in order to get the priest, Nae-We to solve the problem for her, but according to her, after several months she didn’t see any results.

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