Hiplife musician Mzbel has revealed that she had to take a short break from the media to reflect on her life after an attack in Belgium.
On December 26, last year, at an ‘All White Party’ in Belgium, Mzbel was pelted with an egg by an angry woman from the crowd for ‘insulting’ the then New Patriotic Party (NPP) presidential candidate Nana Akufo-Addo during the 2016 campaign period.
The songstress was entangled in a lot of controversies after she endorsed John Dramani Mahama, the 2016 presidential candidate the National Democratic Congress (NDC).
Speaking in an interview with Joy News’ MzGee, the ‘16 Years’ hitmaker stated that she’s a grown mother and wants to look matured in all her doings.
“At a certain age, change comes naturally. You don’t need anybody to tell you okay you don’t need to do this anymore. Some people will continue to do it even at 40 but I don’t feel like it suits me anymore.
“It’s for teenagers and I’m grown, I’m a mother now so the style has to change and ill like to look more matured now,” she said.
She confirmed rumours that she took a break to reflect on her life adding, “after I performed in Belgium and came back, it was too much so I didn’t want to come and continue like that.
“I needed to stay out of the media although I was in the studio recording and shooting videos, but I just didn’t put them out.”
“I sat back and asked myself that this time around when I come, how should I go about it, should it be the same way, should I consider some of the things that people are saying?