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Stop focusing on only negative stories – Mzbel to Bloggers

Mzbel has jabbed bloggers for only concentrating on stories that will fetch them traffic and tarnish the image of people who have suffered to build a reputation over the years.

Yesterday, several media platforms published stories about the musician saying Christianity is idol worship.

Prior to the interview with Zionfelix, the actress’ foundation had made a donation to an orphanage home called Hour of Grace. However, nothing was really heard and seen on several blogs about the donation.

But her interview where she made some revelations about her life and the fact that she loves old men was spread  like wild fire. This, the musician in a post on Instagram noted that is not the best for the industry in which she finds herself.

She indicated that bloggers should be balanced in what they publish and not focus on only stories that will fetch them traffic.

She posted “You can only get stupid people like yourself to insult and call me names with these headlines, but you cannot end my life or career because only God decides! Over the years this is all you do… tarnish my image and reputation just to get traffic on your blogs. It’s very unfortunate to see those we expect to know better perpetuating such self-seeking and deceitful agenda. Why not a headline like “Mzbel made a donation to an orphanage in Koforidua and she’s appealing to the general public for more support, do you agree with her?” You only wait until something good is happening and then you quickly publish these distractive stories to cover up the hard work and good deeds, how sad! Why should religion be such a big deal if we all believe there is a G-d! Well, if that’s the path you’ve chosen, keep in mind that Karma is a very good sniper. Smh, time will tell”.

 

 

source:mynewsgh.com

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