Entertainment of 2014-07-25

Mzbel jet skiing on Ada estuary in search of Castro?

Earlier this week, Belinda Nana Akua Amoah aka Mzbel who happens to be the ex-girlfriend of missing Hiplife musician Theophilus Tagoe aka Castro, went to the same holiday resort Aqua Safari in Ada where the musician disappeared with Janet Bandu.

It is not clear if Mzbel went to Ada in search of her former lover or she went on a holiday purpose, but onlookers and sources in Ada have disclosed to Peacefmonline.com that the 'Sixteen Years' hit singer was spotted jet skiing on the same Ada River where Castro's unfortunate incident happened.

Pictures on Mzbel’s social media pages have further confirmed that she was indeed on the same Ada estuary after Castro’s incident.

It’s been almost three weeks since the sudden disappearance of renowned Hiplife artiste Castro and his acquaintance, Janet Bandu.

Mzbel and Castro de’ Destroyer have done a couple of songs together aside their past romantic attachment during their happy days. She featured Castro on her Domestic Violence song “Sixteen years” and “Yopoo” on the same album, and subsequent songs including “E Dey Be”.

Several individuals and organizations including the Police, friends and families of both Castro and Janet and the media have visited Ada for firsthand information on the mystery.

In the past weeks some friends and well-wishers like Selly of Big Brother fame and her boyfriend Big J, Hiplife musician Barima Sidney, Ashanti regional NPP chairman Bernard Antwi Boasiako, popularly called Chairman Wontumi and some spiritual leaders have all been to Ada to show their solidarity and help in their respective ways to search for Castro and Janet Bandu.

As family, friends and fans of Castro all over the world hopefully waits Castro’s return, the big question being asked is, whether Castro is dead or not since his body hasn't been found neither that of Janet who got missing with him since there is no proof of whether the musician and Janet are actually dead or not.



Source: peacefmonline.com
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