Singer, Mzbel says her latest song “Asibolanga” which many tags as a targeted song is never as people think.
The 16 years hitmaker says that her song is not a diss to anyone as people perceive it as.
Since the release of the teaser weeks back, most people on social media concluded that it was a direct jab at Afia Schwar.
But clarifying the real motive behind the single which was released days ago, Mzbel told in an interview with Sammy Kay Media, that ‘Asibolanga’ is just for fun and not to spite anyone.
“Asibolanga is not a name. There’s nobody called Asibolanga. It basically means an angry person. It’s a spiritual language so you don’t need to understand or know its origin. There are things that nobody teaches but it’s a spiritual language.
“I’m a Ga and we always label or give identity and names to things or persons. However, that doesn’t mean that’s the official name of that person or thing. It’s just an identity. Asibolanga is not a name, I’m just using it to sing.
“I’m not referring it to Afia or anyone but if anyone accepts the song as a diss or whatever, well, then I can’t do anything about it,” she said.
The “Asibolanga” is Mzbel’s latest single which is making waves.
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