Mzbel Recounts How Bleaching Her Beautiful Dark Skin Ruined Her Life. Ghanaian musician Mzbel feels so guilty about Bleaching her skin that she feels the only way to be free from her guilty conscience is to confess.

The Musician who thrilled music lovers worldwide with her “16 Years” Hit in the early 2000s was such an influential personality in the Ghanaian society due to her revolutionary ideology. She stood against child abuse and violence but she feels she failed to be the symbol she represented so dearly.

In a series of social media posts, she revealed that her hate for her black skin pushed her to undergo several Bleaching procedures of which she regretted dearly with several side effects.

Skin bleaching is a very common thing in this part of the world we find ourselves, especially in the coastal areas. Not only do women bleach but several men do it as well; they have this perception that bleaching their skin makes them more beautiful without thinking of the consequences that follow from the use of those dangerous chemicals.

The singer cum businesswoman admitted to bleaching her skin and suffering horrible side effects years later. According to the 16 Years hitmaker, she used to think she was ugly and thought black was dirty thus she resorted to bleaching.

Mzbel Recounts How Bleaching Her Beautiful Dark Skin Ruined Her Life

She was also interviewed on BBC regarding how she bleached and regained her beautiful skin back. In the interview, Mzbel confessed that she had a tough time getting her skin back because the side effects caused her a lot. Mzbel Recounts How Bleaching Her Beautiful Dark Skin Ruined Her Life.

I used to think I was ugly. I thought being black is dirty, so I took to skin bleaching and suffered horrible side…

Posted by MzbeL on Thursday, March 12, 2020

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