Outspoken Ghanaian songstress, Mzbel, has said her inability to win any award at the annual Vodaphone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) is due to posture of some members on the panel of the award scheme.
Born Berlinda Nana Ekua Amoah, the controversial songstress indicated that her outburst over losing out on an award for her popular song ’16 years’ at the 2006 edition of the awards led to her current relationship with the board of the award scheme.
Speaking on TV3’s New Day, she intimated the organizers have cut her out of the award scheme.
“Because we had issues, I remember as far back as 2006, I complained about ‘16 years’ not winning an award and every time they will nominate me and the panelists will go on TV and discredit me, and the people have to vote and you don’t expect people to vote for me,” she said.
“And even way before and after we sorted it out, it’s like they cut me out,” she added