Actress Tracey Boakye has admitted that she has been humbled by the baptism of fire from a cross-section of the public following her feud with songstress Mzbel
Tracey Boakye dominated headlines after her outburst at Mzbel over a man she is currently dating and has a child with.
The actress came under fire especially when the former President of Ghana was dragged into her problems and was allegedly tagged as the said: “PAPA NO” who she is fighting over with Mzbel.
Social media fanatics of especially the NDC issued threats and also called her names for dragging the name of their political party into disrepute.
Reacting to the calls, reactions on social media, Tracey Boaye who spoke in an interview with colleague actor, Kwaku Manu said she has been humbled.
According to her, she has learnt “how to talk” without shouting on top of her voice in these past few days and woll continue to be sober for the rest of her life.
“I’m the most humble person now. I have learnt how to talk without shouting on top of my voice. I know I disappointed a lot of people but I’m sorry. Everything I said back then was out of anger. I’ve been humbled and I’ve learnt a lot in these few days. You see that I’ve decided not to talk again because I’ve for the first time in my life realized that I’ve people who like me.”