Mzbel finally details how she met Prophet Nigel Gaisie and the ‘terrible’ experiences she had with him (video)

Award-winning songstress, Mzbel, born Belinda Nana Akua has for the first time told the full story of how she met the founder and leader of Prophetic Hill Church,  Prophet Nigel Gaisie and the horrible experience she had with him.

Opening up about her relationship with Prophet Giasie which has turned sore, she stated that the Prophet was not a man of God but rather a man of man.

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Nigel Gaisie and Mzbel have had a back and forth for the past months over the alleged rape of the latter.

This revelation came to light after she reacted to Kennedy Agyapong’s exposé on the founder and leader of Prophetic Hill Chapel.

Speaking on TV3’s late Friday Show, Showbiz360, she revealed that her friendship with Prophet Nigel turned sore when he started talking about other stuff and not pastoral or religious stuff.

“After a while, the friendship became some way, very horrible. He is not a nice person,” she stated.

Per her experience, she however advised young ladies to be careful going near “men of men” like Nigel Gaisie.

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It was earlier revealed that the man of God was involved with the saucy radio personality, of which she confirmed.

According to Mzbel, he was very nice in the early stages of their relationship but he later did bad things to her which ended their friendship.

Mzbel added that the  issue she had with him had been solved so she could not fathom why people wanted to drag her in the Kennedy Agyapong- Nigel Gaisie brouhaha.

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