The CEO of the Excellence in Broadcasting (EIB) Network Group, Nathan Kwabena Anokye Adisi popularly known as Bola Ray has asked songstress Mzbel to leave him out of her politics after the singer falsely attributed a critique of the Electoral Commission to him.
Bola Ray took to his Facebook page to ask the public to disregard the statement because it was fake and not authored by him.
He posted: "Kindly disregard this. It is FAKE. I have written no such thing. Do your politics but LEAVE ME OUT OF IT".
The post which has since been deleted by Mzbel who is a member of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) attributed to Bola Ray a write-up titled: "DOES JEAN MENSA LED EC ADMINISTRATION REALLY UNDERSTAND THE LAW AT ALL AND KNOW THE IMPLICATIONS OF WHAT SHE'S DOING?".
The post also questioned why the EC was going on a break amidst protests over the 2020 election.
The write-up which was widely reshared by Facebook users before it was deleted also criticised the Peace Council and Christian Council for going into "hibernation".
Meanwhile, the '16 years' singer says she only reposted a message that was trending on social media, adding that she had been threatened after making the post.
She posted in another Facebook post: "Come and kill me because I shared something about Bola Ray that's already trending on social media".
Read the post below;