Songstress, politician and entrepreneur, Diamond Appiah, says being friends again with her one-time bestie Mzbel is an impossibility.
The two fell out years ago as their fight became public and nasty with traded insults and accusations of betrayals both on radio and social media.
However, after the 2016 elections, Diamond jumped to Mzbel’s defence calling the police to investigate persons whom the ’16 years’ hit maker claimed were supporters of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) that attempted to attack her at her residence.
According to Mzbel, who supported and campaigned for the then president Mahama, the NPP supporters wanted to attack her for her comments against the then candidate of the party, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.
Mzbel and former President Mahama
But when Joy News’ MzGee posed the question to her at the recent Golden Movie Awards, if she and Mzbel could ever be friends again, Diamond was emphatically negative.
“No, I don’t think there would be a day like that. I don’t have any problem with her, I have forgiven her, I have moved on.
“She is not the type of person I would love to hang around with me again. I am very honest and straight forward, I don’t hide my feelings,” she said.
She also denied the buzz on social media that in her bid to advertise her cosmetic product and caution women against skin bleaching, she used an image of Mzbel to suggest the latter was bleaching.
She refuted claims that it was to take a swipe at Mzbel, adding the image of Mzbel came across as the best to suit her message.
“It was a general advice. I didn’t mention her name in my post, it is unfortunate that the bloggers twisted it.
“I was looking for a picture on the net that will bring meaning to my post and unfortunately that picture was circulating online that week so I saw and I was like wow, this might match my caption so I used that picture but I didn’t mention her name,” she explained.
The singer who contested the parliamentary seat of Trobu Constituency during the 2016 election said she is evolving and revealed she will soon drop another track which will reflect her maturity.
“I haven’t said bye bye to music. I would always record something in the future but for now, I’m doing business. I am still an entertainer and entertainer don’t retire, I will drop something soon but it would be very different from what I used to do”.
“Now I am more matured so if I’m going to put something out, it gonna be matured kind of music not the ‘come and taste my apple’ kind, I am leaving that for the Ebony’s they are the bad girls now so now I’m gonna put something out for the matured,” she added.
‘Come and taste my apple’ which featured Stay Jay was undoubtedly one of Diamond Appiah biggest tracks when it was released in 2011.