Mahama Has Advised Me - Mzbel Talks About "Papa No" Issue With Tracey Boakye

The term ''Papa No'' meaning ''that man'' has become popular in both the entertainment and political circles.

"Papa No" came into being when Tracey Boakye, in her recent conflict with Mzbel over the former's baby daddy, gave some clues of the man she is fighting over with Mzbel.

Since Tracey's address, the term has been associated with former President John Dramani Mahama who is seeking to be re-elected as President of Ghana on the ticket of opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), come December 7th polls this year.

But both Mzbel and Tracey have denied John Mahama is the man in question, said to be having sexual relations with them and other side chicks.

Tracey Boakey has asked the public to leave his name out of her drama.

The Minister of Information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah however used the term to address an issue in Parliament.

So, the question remains who is the ''Papa No''?

Speaking in an interview with host Kwasi Aboagye on Peace FM's 'Entertainment Review' on Saturday, Mzbel refused to name the sugar daddy behind the rivalry between her and Tracey but established that John Mahama has indeed spoken to her regarding the issue.

According to her, the former President has advised her.

" . . He has spoken to me . . . that is why I've decided not to bring the party's issues in . . . I believe I'm not the only person he has spoken to, he has spoken to a lot of people involved in this issue," she said in response to a question by Halifax Ansah Addo, a panelist on the show.

Mzbel added that she has vowed not to post anything regarding the NDC or the party's flagbearer and Running Mate on her social media handles because she can't afford to ruin the political fortunes of the party.

Watch full interview below: