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Where Did You Get Your Son From? – Kwaku Manu Quizzes Mzbel After Controversial Interview

Kwaku Manu has posed significant inquiries directed towards Mzbel in light of the explosive interview her son had with a YouTuber, where he delved into the topic of religion.

The Kumawood actor asserts that Mzbel’s adherence to traditionalism is a clear indication of how her son developed his perspective. Speculating further, Kwaku Manu suggests that Mzbel’s son might have been bestowed upon her by a fetish priest, thus influencing his viewpoint on religion. Additionally, Kwaku Manu expresses his disapproval towards Mzbel and the show’s host for providing a platform for her son to discuss matters that surpass his intellectual capacity as a child.

“She has a conversation with him about the kind of doctrine she teaches the child. I remember Mzbel coming out to state that she is a traditionalist or something of that sort. It stays within her. She visits the shrine with the child.

“What if Mzbel wanted a child and she went to a shrine and was given one? Or I do not make sense? It could also be that she went to solicit help from a fetish priest and the child was affected. It is like how Christians pray to God when they need help and they are answered through a man of God. Have we thought about that?” he said while speaking on the Kwaku Manu Bere Nu Nie show monitored by GhanaWeb.

“The child has spoken his mind but I would blame the person who hosted the show and also blame the mother, Mzbel. There are certain platforms that when you are given, it is bigger than your intellect. The child has practiced it [performing rituals], and the kind of conversations he has with his mother is also part,” he said.

Source – Tru News Report


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