The Ghanaian artist Mzbel has hinted that because of Okomfo Black’s recent remarks regarding the existence of God, he would be isolated in school.
This is in reaction to an interview that went viral in which Okomfo Black expressed his doubts about the existence of a divine creator.
Voice, a Facebook user, made the suggestion that some Christian parents would counsel their kids not to make friends with Mzbel’s son following his interview.
Mzbel responded to this by posting the picture and writing, “Yes, it’s already happening at his school.”
Okomfo Black,10, had unusual opinions about God in the interview, highlighting the fact that he does not see God as a parent. He claimed that although God does nothing for him, his mother is the one who takes care of him and meets his wants.
The interview provoked criticism of Mzbel’s parenting style and her decision to let her kids talk about delicate subjects in public.
Mzbel clarified in an Instagram post that they do not think there is a powerful God in support of her son. Rather, they see everything as divine, even the significance of paying respect to their ancestors.
Mzbel noted that during their libation ceremonies, they pay homage to their ancestors whose blood and soul stream through them, and they acknowledge and revere all kinds of life.