TV host, Stacy Amoateng’s television show, Restoration was three on Wednesday, December 13 and she had a story to tell.
The popular television presenter in an Instagram post shared some of the most difficult moments she has faced for the past 36 months after giving birth to the Christian TV programme.
According to her, most people she helped through the Restoration show turned their back to paint her black to the world. Sharing some of her worst moments, Stacy revealed that “ Restoration has come with its own challenges, pain, tears, betrayal even from some people who I used the platform to promote but they turned around to paint me black.”
She further added that these obstacles “moulded me to be a better person and very careful of my relationship with you.” Before ending her gratitude message to announce the three years anniversary of her program, she told her followers that she has forgiven songstress Mzbel.
“Dear Lord, there are so many things I want to tell you. When this vision started, most people thought it was another tv show , but I always say NO, This is a ministry for God. Elohim, Restoration has come with its own challenges, pain, tears, betrayal even from some people who I used the platform to promote but they turned around to paint me black. Through it all , you said BE STILL. You told me how I felt was exactly how you feel anytime we let you down. This experience moulded me to be a better person and very careful of my relationship with you. I was hurt , I was broken and as much as I said it was okay, I wasn’t okay. For the first time in 3 years I am talking about this because I have finally gotten over it. I never spoke I didn’t want to say things I couldn’t take back.Mzbel I forgive you.”
Mzbel and Stacy became the talk of the town after the songstress appeared on the Restoration show in March 2015. Mzbel was reported to have said on the show that “Jesus Is Fake”, a comment the songstress later told the world that she asked producers of Restoration to edit before airing so that she can escape public backlash.
The ’16 Years’ singer was reported to have rained insults and curses on Stacy Amoateng but the TV host kept quiet and never commented on the controversy.
Whilst the former ‘Music Music’ host was mum about the issue, her husband, Quophie Okyeame was on radio defending her. He said on the collapsed radio station, Channel R in Accra during an interview that Mzbel never told the production team to edit his comment on Jesus Christ from the interview as she has made the public believe. He revealed that Mzbel’s manager, Nana Yaw asked them to edit it but the songstress insisted it should be left hence their decision to leave it.
Watch the interview of Mzbel on Restoration with Mzbel below: