Ghanaian female singer MzVee has replied artiste manager George Britton for saying that her comeback is weak.
In 2018, MzVee took a two-year break from music and returned in 2020.
She explained that her unexpected exit was caused by depression which she described as severe.
George Britton during a discussion stated that the singer’s comeback after her break was weak.
He is reported to have compared the singer’s comeback to her days at Lynx Entertainment where her brand flourished and became solidified.
In an interview on Starr FM, MzVee stated that George is rather weak because he has been unable to manage artists under his label.
“I’m surprised because he tried to work with me just recently. He’s had two artistes and he’s not been able to do much for them”, she said.
MzVee added that unlike George who was unable to manage Keche and now Camidoh, she has achieved a lot in a short time after her comeback.
“You know what’s sad about this comment he made? It’s that a woman could come out of all of these, to stand on her own feet, shoot four very expensive and amazing videos to very amazing songs, and come to this point…,”
“It’s not easy for anyone to do this and he sits down, behind his computer and writes that my comeback is weak. He is weak for saying that. He’s very weak for saying that,” the songstress jabbed.
“I think I was doing very well then but I think I’m doing very well now in a different way,” her conviction. “It’s just a new found confidence, I’m just having a good time and I’m not trying to be too perfect. Since I came back, most of the comments I’ve got is ‘I like the new you”, she added.
MzVee spent about eight years with Lynx Entertainment, founded by Richie Mensah, before her break.