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Mzbel, Goodies row resolved 5/25/2007
Mzbel has confirmed that her relationship with Goodies Music Production has been normalized.

Her bond with Isaac Aidoo, chief executive officer of Goodies Music Production almost went down the pan when Mzbel accused him of not playing his role as her manager after armed robbers attacked her.

The president of the Musicians Union of Ghana, Alhaji Sidiku Buhari, ironed out what nearly ended up in the law courts.

Although Goodies is no more in charge of Mzbel’s management, they’re said to be in a friendlier relationship now. The controversial Hiplife diva is soon to release an eight-track album set to take Ghana by storm.

She’s to make good use of the calm after the storm she faced months ago to reach out to fans with some of her best compositions. At present, her non-Ghanaian fiancé is said to be helping her out in terms of management.

It doesn’t seem to bother her much that some of her attackers escaped from police custody, as she believes the most dangerous ones are still behind bars.

Still living under tight security, Mzbel has learnt the hard lesson that to easily trust people around her may not be the wisest thing to do.

She’s now a bit more careful with friends and people around her but says fans shouldn’t expect anything on her armed robbery experience in the upcoming ‘kiss me’ album.

Source: ghanamusic

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