What Tribe Is Mzbel?

The question often arises: What Tribe Is Mzbel? All you need to know about Mzbel, place of birth, and parents, including her father and mother.

Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah, known in showbiz as Mzbel is a Ghanaian Hiplife singer, songwriter, and entrepreneur. The Goddess Of Ghana is known for her controversial personality, as she always record controversial music, and has followed it up with controversial remarks that will surely draw attention to her fans.

Mzbel was born on Boxing Day, December 26, 1979, in Accra to Albert A. Amoah, an engineer, and Agnes Nyarko. She is the last born of the 7 female children.

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What Tribe Is Mzbel

Growing within James Town, she attended the God Wisdom Preparatory schools, and went on to KorleGonno 1 in addition to Owusu Mills’ JHS at Mamprobi (a suburb of Accra) for the Junior High School education.

Mzbel continued her secondary education at Abuakwa State College. She pursued general studies, with a focus in geography, economics, and French. Then she was accepted to study at Ghana Institute of Languages, and then trained to become a bilingual secretary.

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The 16 years hitmaker has acknowledged that she was addicted to bleaching her skin in her teens, as it was a common practice in Jamestown.

What Tribe Is Mzbel?

Mzbel is a Fante, she is from Mankessim in the Central region of Ghana, but born and raised in Jamestown and Mallam in Accra. Whiles Mzbel father is a Muslim and mother is a Christian, the controversial singer does not believe in religion. According to her, she does not believe in the man mooted to be the founder of Christianity, as according to her research he might have been made up.

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In response to ‘do you believe in Jesus Christ?’ Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah responded by saying; “I don’t want to step on the toe of anybody. I used to believe in it but I did my own research and I think it was made up. I might be wrong. The same story 5,000 years ago happened in Egypt.

Source: Kingaziz.com

Source: Kingaziz.com