Controversial Ghanaian Hiplife veteran musician, Mzbеl, has jumped to the defense of his Adepa aka Okomfo Black after he initiated strong conversations on the topics of God, religion and creation.
Adepa recently shared his perspective about the supernatural realm in a podcast show with Obi TV, stating that he doesn’t believe humans were created by God but rather born to fellow humans.
Adepa’s comments has sparked conversations on social media, with a fraction commending his intelligence while others raised questions about Mzbel’s parenting.
Mzbel has defended Adepa’s statement in a post sighted on her instagram page adding that yes indeed, they do not believe in the existence of an Almighty God.
Mzbel also used the opportunity encouraged her followers to ask questions about themselves and question their faith and religion.*
Ghanaian Hiplife artiste, Mzbel, has risen to the defense of her son, Adepa, also known as Okomfo Black, following his controversial comments on God, religion, and creation. The young man recently shared his thoughts on these matters in a podcast show with Obi TV, causing a stir on social media.
During the discussion, Adepa expressed his disbelief in the divine creation of humans, stating that humans are born to other humans and not created by a divine entity. His comments have sparked a myriad of reactions online, with some applauding his boldness and intelligence while others questioned the influence of his mother’s parenting.
In response to the backlash, Mzbel defended her son’s views in an Instagram post. She not only supported his beliefs but also revealed that they both do not believe in the existence of an Almighty God. Mzbel further used the opportunity to encourage her followers to introspect and question their own faith and religious beliefs.
Mzbel’s post has intensified the ongoing debate on social media, further dividing opinions about the existence of God and the nature of human creation. However, it seems the veteran musician and her son remain steadfast in their beliefs, undeterred by the controversy their views might generate.