Celebrated Ghanaian songstress, Mzbel, over the weekend appeared at a public event dressed in an extremely provocative manner.
Mzbel’s attire caused quite a stir at the National Theatre during the Ghana Television Awards last Friday, barely a year after she vowed never to appear dressed provocatively in public again.
The musician was ‘dressed to kill’ in a green figure hugging evening dress complete with a thigh high split that made her legs the focus of every eye.
She literally sparkled in the ground-sweeping dress which was dotted with diamonds and cut low in the bosom to advertise a better part of her breasts.
Interestingly, she was not in the least perturbed and was seen having a hearty chat and enjoying herself throughout the event.
Ordinarily, it would have been no news for Mzbel to have appeared in public with her jaw-dropping costume but she publicly stated in July last year that the birth of her son, Aaron, had changed her life, her style of dressing and that she was going into gospel music.
“Having Aaron has made me a better person. I feel more mature. Yes, I will be back on stage in about a year and a half but this time around, I would be doing gospel.
“This is because, I do not see myself doing Hiplife again; neither do I see myself doing any of my old songs. I just cannot imagine myself standing on stage dressed like I used to do before and performing hiplife. I feel I am too mature for that,” Mzbel told Graphic Showbiz in July last year.
Mzbel revealed she had become a “faithful servant of God and spends time attending fellowships and prayer sessions.”
She continued: “I do not dress like the way I used to in the past. I have become very careful of my choice of attire. Motherhood has also changed the way I speak and the way I respond to issues. I have also become very selective of the events I attend. Formerly, I used to attend every event but now I am very selective.”
Meanwhile, the biological father of Mzbel’s son, Aaron, continues to be a mystery and has evaded the Ghanaian media as well as the showbiz fraternity.